On Sat, 4 May 2002, Nick Murtagh wrote:
> Didn't they have the GDI (Graphical Display Interface) in the kernel at
> some point? Hence the phrase "You put the GDI in the kernel?!".
> That was probably before NT....
I think it went in for NT 4.0 . NT 3.51 had it out seperate AFAIK. People
complained about sluggish behaviour of the GUI and the solution was to put
it in kernel space.
MSc Student, University of Limerick
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