Jul 03, 2011 at 6:41 AM
Ari Bixhorn? Didn't he make those funny VB.NET movies years ago (before C9)? They were so awesome.
Well, it's still better than that Ping show.
ZippyV, it comes down to one word: ARM.
Do you really think that Microsoft would not port .NET (and the whole framework including WPF and Winforms) to ARM? .NET is already integrated in Windows, I don't see any reason why Microsoft would suddenly say: "Let's not port .NET to ARM".
The video demonstrates an application that replaces the desktop when you are using a touch enabled device. Kind of like how Media Center replaces the desktop when you have the pc connected to your television. You can see in the video that the classic desktop is still there.
Also from the video we can assume that old applications still work. That means that native (c++), .Net and Silverlight applications will still be working. The only new thing is that you can now create applications in HTML5 too and use them offline (which is part of the HTML5 spec).
I don't see what all the fuss is about. The touch capabilities look great and could certainly blow the iPad away.
the NTFS trasnaction manager is broken. Delete all files (*.*) from C:\Windows\System32\config\TxR, next run
fsutil resource setautoreset true C:\
and you're fine again.
SOLVED, you are my hero.
My WindowsUpdate problem is still not solved
Apr 22, 2011 at 8:41 AM
So what went wrong this time?