Andre Da Costa of ActiveWin has just written a very good and objective review on Windows Vista as it now stands. It focuses a lot on consumer-related features, and is quite lengthy at 28 pages. It’s a very good overview of how Vista has matured over the years, and what this long-delayed operating system really is.
- Implementing truly safe semaphores in rust
- Windows users vulnerable to Meltdown/Spectre until at least January 9, 2018
- Windows 8 CP (Build 8250) Wallpapers Now Available
- WaitForMultipleObjects and WIN32 events for Linux/OS X/*nix and Read-Write Locks for Windows
- The Woes of Windows Vista/7 Mapped Network Drives