Watch the video above closely, because you might just miss the point: according to the latest post on building blog MSDN Windows 8, Microsoft next-gen desktop OS will see a huge thank you improved startup time with intelligent technology. Instead of closing both the user session and the session of the nucleus in a ruling traditional Windows 8 will be to preserve the session of the kernel on the disk, creating a hiberfile which is much smaller than traditional Windows hibernation – see diagram after the break for a clearer picture. The result is an incredibly fast system start – even with the battery removed to begin with – who claims to be 30 to 70 percent faster than most systems tested by Microsoft. We are eager to test this feature on a SSD, but until then, head on the MSDN blog for the full technical explanation.
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