Defrag Tools #144 - Raymond Chen - Microsoft Archives Part 2

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    CreateThread​Ex

    It's a shame. Will have to manage without the weekly dose of DT :). On a side note maybe you guys could do more debug analysis of kernel dumps or even a debug session of a live system and show of some cool stuff?

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    felix9

    NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:'(

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    ChadBeeder

    I'm disappointed that this one didn't work out! Thankfully, I think we covered the most interesting stuff last week in Part 1, anyway.

    Yes, please stay tuned for next week's episode! There's a ton of super cool stuff at the Living Computer Museum, and I had a great time looking through some of it!

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    felix9

    well, could you please write a more detailed blog post with screenshots pictures from that video showing us the interesting stuff you guys found and talked about in part 2 ? (a)

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    KiwiHarry

    That is a shame. This series brought back some memories, particularly the packaging of some of the earlier software. I remember storage shelves at work packed with Word and Excel software boxes.

    Thanks for your efforts in producing these shows.

    Harry.

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    codechurn

    Too bad. There looks to be so much cool stuff on those shelves. Was Raymond involved with OS/2 at all? I would love to hear about some history of Microsoft's partnership with IBM on developing this OS.

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