There are also billions of older USB devices that Windows must remain compatible with. How do you write a single piece of software to enable the latest technology on evolving hardware, while making sure it still works with 10 billion existing devices in homes and offices across the world?
Linux will have USB 3.0 support directly in the kernel too... starting Sept. 9th, 2009.
I can hardly believe that Windows still doesn't have this as a base feature without need for mfg drivers. Do they have 802.11s yet?
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
Umm... It better support the newest standard natively while supporting older devices. The one of the major points of these standards is backwards compatibility.
I was just thinking that. I thought I was missing something because I just expected it to support those.
Now you're just mashing it!
News:How do you write a single piece of software to enable the latest technology on evolving hardware, while making sure it still works with 10 billion existing devices in homes and offices across the world?
Answer: Standards. Cleave to them, go by them, and they will follow,.....grasshopper.
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