Making Windows Vista Reliable: Introduction to Windows Reliability with Mario Garzia
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One of the characteristics of a great general purpose operating system is simply being reliable - limiting user disruptions. Windows Vista is our most reliable OS to date. How can we say this? Well, this is Vista Week on Channel 9 and here we take this broad
question to the development manager for Windows Reliability, Mario Garzia.
Mario and team have done some amazing engineering (you will meet more of the Windows Reliability team in the coming days) and Vista is full of new components that work in concert to make Vista a highly reliable system. Listen in. Learn.