, Charles wrote

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De-emphasis? What are you talking about? .NET is a first class citizen in Windows 8.... I don't understand how this thinking has emerged. For one thing, it's wrong. For another, it's wrong....

Just saying I would like to hear from Anders.

, Charles wrote


Where's this confusion stemming from?

Partly for me it is that I would have expected a Windows 8 OS to be a lot more .NET centric. I think I even remember a Charles C9 video from years ago where he asks the windows server guys why .NET is not a part of server core, the implication being .NET is going to become more and more a part of windows. The message I was receiving from years of C9 videos was that .NET and multi core were it and naturally assumed Wiin32 and .NET would morph into 1 on future versions of the OS.

Really not complaining.  I understand plans change. But I am a bit sceptical of the native guys saying in 2012 that we need every tick of the CPU clock we can get to run a responsive, power friendly app.