Date: Monday, October 10th, 2005, 03:28
What was intended to be a short aside about Mac OS X’s strengths turned into an entire series on Windows NT/2000/xp flaws! Here is the first of five examples of core Windows architectural problems that relate to process management, applications and security. Click through for the link…
It is useful to understand why bad ideas are bad. It’s also useful to identify how significant and difficult to solve a given problem is. This article tries to give a brief indication of why these design flaws are real and significant issues for Microsoft, and the real world problems they cause for Windows users.