footballism wrote:MPEG-4 namely DVD playback-This is what I expect from the upcoming WMP11.
DVD playback is MPEG2
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pikatung wrote:Dell founder invests nearly $100 million in Red Hat
Looks like that "Windows" tax might go away. Might.
That's awesome news, now lets see them get me my money back for that windows XP OEM license they screwed me on when I bought my dell laptop.
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I thought that Zeroconf (the spec) was implemented by Apple with the name of Rendezvous and by Microsoft with the name uPnP. (Bonjour being the Rendezvous port to Windows by Apple)
You can already see networked printers etc with uPnP, what exactly is new with Bonjour?
I nominate myself
msemack wrote:If they buy Microsoft, they send the money overseas.
If they buy Suse, it stays in the EU.
Tyler Brown wrote:Hmm.. it was my understanding that Avalon and Indigo were among the core pillars of Longhorn, and that there was no public declaration of back-porting these pillars to current platforms. Wasn't this the case, and then the statement for back-porting was made a couple of months ago?