The Windows Kernel's Achilles' Heel

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"Compared to the Linux kernel, the kernel of that other OS is as inspiring as wet noodles," blogger Robert Pogson said. "No one can trust it to work for them. After decades of BSODs, vulnerabilities by the score and sluggish behavior on fast hardware, many suspect that there is evil in the black hole."

Life is like a roller coaster, as the popular saying goes, filled with both ups and downs.

Here in the Linux blogosphere we've certainly experienced our share of downs in recent months -- thanks in large part to a frustrating spate of FUD -- but lately the clouds have parted and the sun is shining on Linux with full force once again.

To wit: Last week we saw our favorite operating system named the "benchmark of quality". Now, the cheerfest continues with no less than a confession from a Windows kernel developer that Linux development is better.

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