Windows 8, Windows 9 Kernels support 128-bit architecture - Windows 8 UI and multi-tier distributed applications

Microsoft Research project: 128-bit architecture compatibility with Windows 8 and Windows 9 kernel. Robert Morgan, Senior Research and Development at Microsoft, has posted the following bit of experience on his LinkedIn profile. Here’s an interesting article discussing an AMD 128-bit CPU: AMD’s next-gen Bulldozer is a 128-bit crunching monster. Also a a user on a Windows forum apparently […]

Microsoft Research project: 128-bit architecture compatibility with Windows 8 and Windows 9 kernel. Robert Morgan, Senior Research and Development at Microsoft, has posted the following bit of experience on his LinkedIn profile. Here’s an interesting article discussing an AMD 128-bit CPU: AMD’s next-gen Bulldozer is a 128-bit crunching monster. Also a a user on a Windows forum apparently ran across Robert Morgan’s profile and posted it on 9/24. Fortunately for us, it seems Mr. Morgan likes to talk about his work through his status; one of which read as follows: “Robert Morgan is working to get IA-128 working backwards with full binary compatibility on the existing IA-64 instructions in the hardware simulation to work for Windows 8 and definitely Windows 9,” noted. Microsoft is updating their UI in Windows 8, focusing on the UI in relation to such a broad userbase all in one release, reveals user profile:

Manager of Windows 8 User Interface Designers at Microsoft

Managing and Improving software usability for over 10 years, designing, researching, and developing multi-tier distributed applications for Windows 8 focusing on customers using ecommerce, general consumers, and banking companies.