Well folks that's right - MS Windows for Workgroups 3.11 is pretty much still alive and kicking. First when I found out that this 15+ years old OS was still popular in the embedded segment (please forgive my ignorance as embedded systems are not my core competency) I couldn't believe my eyes. According to John Coyne this fact changes starting October 1st, 2008 - from this date on OEM's will no longer be able to license Windows for Workgroups 3.11.
The comments and the flame that started at ArsTechnica are very interesting though. It looks like the guys that develop embedded applications really loved that OS. I wonder whether Windows Vista will still have place in our hearts 15 years from now. What is your opinion? Share it with the Telerik community :)
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