Rick Moen suggested:
> Nick Petreley, years ago, published a technical analysis of Microsoft's
> claim of microkernel architecture, in which he showed to my satisfaction
> that it was a pile of nonsense, and not just on account of things moved
> later into kernelspace. But you'd have to write him for details.
Well, it was based on the Mach kernel, so I stand by my statement that it
was a microkernel at some point. This may have ended a month after
Microsoft's development team got their hands on it... :)
Certainly the "microkernel" label has become less and less appropriate.
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