Not only that, but apparently an Australian lawyer believes that Microsoft
will be able to cut
right through the red tape in GPLv3, the latest version of the license governing
Linux use and the one that was supposed to put the kibosh on Redmond's patent
high jinx, and pretty much do whatever it wants with its Linux deals.
Oh, and IIS is carving
into Apache's market share, as well. Just call Microsoft
the Ginsu knife
of the software industry.
Posted by Lee Pender on 08/07/2007 at 1:21 PM
Here are the year's most popular explainers and how-to columns -- along with some plain, old "Why did Microsoft do that?" musings thrown in.
From guessing the fate of Windows 10 S to predicting Microsoft's next big move with Linux, Brien's predictions from a year ago were on the mark more than they weren't.
Microsoft expects organizations using its Delivery Optimization peer-to-peer update scheme will optimally see 60 percent to 70 percent improvements in terms of network bandwidth use.
Hyper-V usually makes it easy to configure virtual network adapters within VMs. That is, until you need to create a VM containing multiple virtual NICs.
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