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GDI.EXE was moved into the kernel in winNT 4.0 and has been there ever
since. M$ released a white paper about this claiming the "performance
boost". worked great for me, but was one more thing to go wrong in kernel
space, although they touched on that as well.

it'd take me a bit to find a refernce or link for you, but i remember it
well.. ;)

-greg

----- Original Message -----
From: "Hua Zhong" <huaz@cs.columbia.edu>

Is Graphics really in the Windows kernel? I think GDI.EXE runs in user
mode.

> >Olaf Hering wrote:
> >> kde.o. 2.5?
> >
> >Good idea! Graphics needs to be in the kernel to be fast. Windows
> >proved that.
>
> thought SGI proved that :-)
>
> Martin


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