Microsoft Surface Secret Leaked: Return of Windows NT

New email from Microsoft promoting the upcoming Management Summit may have inadvertently revealed roadmap information for a future release of the Surface tablet.  Perhaps in response to the poor battery life highlighted by critics, we may soon see a resurrected version of Windows NT running on this tardy entry into the competitive tablet market.

What do you think — is Windows NT an iPad killer?

Surface - with Windows NT

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  1. BG’s avatar

    Add more info please – perhaps an excerpt from the email?

    Thanks for the update!

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    1. Eric Gray’s avatar

      You are welcome! I’ll update this post as the story continues to unfold.

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    2. Itzik’s avatar

      It’s a typo..they probably meant windows RT

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    3. Sjb’s avatar

      Yeah it’s a typo. Nothing exciting here.

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    4. Kerry’s avatar

      Wow, you’re really reaching now…big news is a NT instead of RT typo on a MMS ad.

      When is this site shutting down anyway…wasting bandwidth.

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      1. BG’s avatar

        If you don’t like it, move on. No need to provide useless commentary. This is an excellent site for providing information relative to some rather obscure virtualization topics.

        To quote “Bad Santa,” “They can’t all be winners, kid.”

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        1. Kerry’s avatar

          um, exactly…this post in of itself is useless commentary as is most of what I see here as of late. There was a time when some useful information could be found here…now it’s all just nonsense, tounge-in-cheek lets bash Microsoft because it’s fun…crap. If you want to ‘vCritical’ how about not making yourself look like a hater and posting something useful.

          To quote Planes, Trains and Automobiles…”…next time you tell a story…try having a point”.

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        2. Stu Fox’s avatar

          Hate to break it to you, but Windows 8 is Windows NT…

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        3. Felipe Carballo’s avatar

          Folks, where is your risibilities? Don’t matter if it is a typo or not…

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