What do you get when you add Linux to Vista, throw in some .NET, and try to save the world?
NST’s newest project of course! Our launch of VistaBootPRO didn’t go exactly as anticipated (legal issues pertaining to the ownership of the program), but that doesn’t mean we’re gone!
Lo and Behold, NST is back with more!
Which brings me to my next point: I’ll be unavailable for a while, until this project reaches alpha stage. I’m going covert, no one tell the linux guys I’m going to be there, please, I need to accomplish this in total secrecy! The minute I finish this post I’m going to boot into my custom-kernel LFS linux, and I’m not coming back to Vista until this is done. As such, I may not be able to help you with your Vista-related issues for a while, but fear not, I’ll do what I can in terms of replying to posts and lending a hand in the forums… though I’ll probably not be on chat until this is done.
While VistaBootPRO arose from what I believed would (and did indeed) become a problem, especially once Beta 2 was released to CPP, this new project arises from the echoey depths of thousands of cries and complaints, and we’re sure you’re going to love it.
The traditional NST Shroud of Secrecy descends on this program in 5… 4… 3… 2… 1…
The Iron Curtain has fallen. No more shall be said until the time is ripe.