New Windows kernel version to be 7

Almost anyone who has been following the development of Windows 7 knows that it's currently kernel version 6.1. But all that could be set to change, at least if an MSDN page is to be believed. In a page describing device installation with the Windows Driver Kit, the documentation shows "Msft.NT.7.0" being used as a label […]

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Almost anyone who has been following the development of Windows 7 knows that it's currently kernel version 6.1. But all that could be set to change, at least if an MSDN page is to be believed. In a page describing device installation with the Windows Driver Kit, the documentation shows "Msft.NT.7.0" being used as a label to specify drivers only for use with Windows 7.


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