, felix9 wrote

@SteveRichter:  Hmm.... for causing the failure of Longhorn ? The Longhorn Reset basically cleaned the managed bits out from the Windows code base, I believe Windows team still remember that, and Steve Sinofsky doesnt want to be Jim Allchin.

 

But if this is a problem with having managed code in the OS, why does it affect .NET outside of the OS?

I've run a couple of .NET apps and they never struck me as particularly sluggish.