Linux on Desktops

By: Max (, July 25, 2007 2:43 pm
Room: Moderated Discussions
Shankhadeep ( on 7/25/07 wrote:
>But is the focus on Enterprise workloads a bit too much that desktop performance
>suffers? Consider the facilities Microsoft introduced in Windows Vista regarding
>software prefetching for example, or a better driver model for video card 3d acceleration.
>Are there developers looking into these features for Linux and would changes to
>the core kernel facilitate better performance/stability/usability?

IMHO, Windows's biggest weakness in the area of interactive performance is the fact that it becomes unresponsive if a GUI app fails to immediately refresh its window. (Admittedly I haven't tried Vista - maybe it improved?)

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