paul at clubi.ie wrote:
> That seems less ambitious and so the more likely. What's the driver for
> that, virtualisation (I can't really think of any other scenario where
> the overhead of a GUI would matter on modern machines)? MS apparently
> were working on some new CLI/scripting language - is that part of this?
I imagine it was people saying things like "I can run and manage Linux /
FreeBSD etc without a GUI, why can't I do that with Windows?".
It can't have been that hard, all they would have needed was a bunch
of CLI programs to mess with registry settings... and then just don't
start the GUI :)
You're thinking of PowerShell aka Monad which was in Windows Server
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