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LordMicr0n
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XML'n reactOS

Post by LordMicr0n » Thu Jun 23, 2005 10:48 pm

windows Longhorn is based on XML( Extensible Markup Language)
what ever it is, microsoft says that the system can run up to 5x faster than winXP thanks to XML.
can you somehow use it in ReactOS ?.
don't buy "windows Longhorn" !
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counting_pine
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Re: XML'n reactOS

Post by counting_pine » Fri Jun 24, 2005 1:38 am

LordMicr0n wrote:microsoft says that the system can run up to 5x faster than winXP thanks to XML.
I'll believe that when I see it.
Maybe it's because by the time Longhorn comes out, computers will be 5x faster?

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Re: XML'n reactOS

Post by user222 » Fri Jun 24, 2005 7:36 am

LordMicr0n wrote:windows Longhorn is based on XML( Extensible Markup Language)
what ever it is, microsoft says that the system can run up to 5x faster than winXP thanks to XML.
can you somehow use it in ReactOS ?.
A GUI based on XML, like XUL in Mozilla applications, makes them slower...

Gabriel Vigo
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Re: XML'n reactOS

Post by Gabriel Vigo » Fri Jun 24, 2005 8:53 am

LordMicr0n wrote:microsoft says that the system can run up to 5x faster than winXP thanks to XML.
Don't believe all that Microsoft says... :wink:

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Re: XML'n reactOS

Post by Delfi » Fri Jun 24, 2005 9:27 am

Gabriel Vigo wrote:
LordMicr0n wrote:microsoft says that the system can run up to 5x faster than winXP thanks to XML.
Don't believe all that Microsoft says... :wink:


don't believe anything that they say, it will be only slower, parsing xml is not easy and lightspeed work for a program.

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