Midori (operating system)
|Working state||Currently under development|
|Platforms||IA-32, x86-64, ARM|
|Kernel type||Microkernel (Language-based)|
Midori is the code name for a managed code operating system being developed by Microsoft with joint effort of Microsoft Research. It has been reported to be a possible commercial implementation of the Singularity operating system, a research project started in 2003 to build a highly-dependable operating system in which the kernel, device drivers, and applications are all written in managed code. It was designed for concurrency, and can run a program spread across multiple nodes at once. It also features a security model that sandboxes applications for increased security. Microsoft has mapped out several possible migration paths from Windows to Midori.
A new reference to Midori was found in a presentation shown during the OOPSLA 2012 conference in October 2012.
- Mary-Jo Foley (2008-06-30). "Goodbye, XP. Hello, Midori". ZDNet. Retrieved 2008-07-22.
- Marius Oiaga (2008-06-30). "Life After Windows - Microsoft Midori Operating System". Softpedia. Retrieved 2008-07-22.
- David Worthington (2008-07-29). "Microsoft's plans for post-Windows OS revealed". SD Times.
- David Worthington (2008-08-05). "Microsoft's Midori to sandbox apps for increased security". SD Times.
- David Worthington (2008-07-31). "Microsoft maps out migration from Windows". SD Times.
- Madanlal Musuvathi; Shaz Qadeer; Thomas Ball (November 2007). "CHESS: A systematic testing tool for concurrent software". Microsoft. Retrieved 2008-07-22.
- Mary Jo Foley. "Microsoft's Midori operating-system skunkworks project soldiers on". ZDnet's All About Microsoft. Retrieved 2012-11-08.
- Microsoft's plans for post-Windows OS revealed SD Times' David Worthington on Midori
- SD Times' David Worthington on the migration away from Windows
- SD Times' David Worthington on Midori security
- Technologizer report by David Worthington on Windows Mobile's life cycle
- Microsoft sees end of Windows era, BBC News
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