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Windows 7 Boasts Better Multi-Core, Support for up to 256 Cores
The company is taking multi-core performance very seriously.
Microsoft has enthusiastically jumped on the opportunity to utilize this power with Windows 7. The new OS can support up to 256 cores, versus 64 in Vista. Jon DeVaan, senior vice president of Microsoft's Windows Core Operating System Division says this change was particularly weighty. He states, "One dimension is support for a much larger number of processors and getting good linear scaling on that change from 64 to 256 processors. There's all kinds of depth in that change."
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