In an earlier post, Windows 8 Speculation, I had diagrammed some options for WinRT. It looks like Microsoft went with the middle choice, making WinRT a peer to Win32. This is a very good thing.
Now I’m pretty excited to see what the API’s look like.
One reply on “WinRT, a replacement for Win32”
yea, I find it really amazing how much time the presenters must have spent on their presentations, only to get the “boxology” so wrong/confusing. It’s good to see the number of blog posts helping to sort things out (David Seven, Rocky Lhotka, Miguel de Icaza, etc).