On Friday 11 November 2005 20:53, Roy Schestowitz
<newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> (<dl3p58$1ugl$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>) wrote:
> What's noteworthy about it is that Microsoft compared Singularity to
> FreeBSD and Linux as well as Windows/XP - and almost every result shows
> Windows losing to the two Unix variants.
No doubt Microsoft will release updated results next week, next month, or
next year, and Stinkularity will outperform all comers on all its
micro-benchmarks. This will demonstrate the innovative genius of Microsoft
> For example, they show the number of CPU cycles needed to "create and
> start a process" as 1,032,000 for FreeBSD, 719,000 for Linux, and
> 5,376,000 for Windows/XP.
It's never been a secret that Windows is terrible at creating processes.