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Tuesday, August 8, 2008

Microsoft Midori

Last week word got out that Microsoft’s new research project codenamed Midori. According to Information Week “the Midori system is being called Microsoft’s first cloud-based OS, and it could one day replace the company’s keystone Windows franchise”.

According to Reuven Cohen of Enomaly, Microsoft is downplaying any significance of this. Reuven describes this project as an “attempt to address the next logical step in operating systems design where a desktop is no longer centric to a users computing experience”.

Is Midori really the end of Windows?

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