Microsoft Singularity: New Microsoft OS aimed at researchers

Microsoft is unveiling a new operating system on Tuesday, but don't get too excited. Think of Singularity as "a concept-car OS," said Rick Rashid, general director of Microsoft Research. Microsoft is making the prototype OS available free to the academic and research communities in the hope that they'll use it to develop new kinds of […]

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Microsoft is unveiling a new operating system on Tuesday, but don't get too excited. Think of Singularity as "a concept-car OS," said Rick Rashid, general director of Microsoft Research. Microsoft is making the prototype OS available free to the academic and research communities in the hope that they'll use it to develop new kinds of computer architectures.

It's difficult for the academic community to experiment with computer architectures, he said. Singularity is designed to make it easier for researchers to test how operating systems and applications interact with each other, he said.

Download: Singularity Research Development Kit (RDK) 1.1

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