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Fun: Windows vs. Linux for toasters

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Last week both systems Microsoft Windows Vivid Toasting Technology (VTT) 2008 Starter Edition and Heatu Linux 9.06 (Dainty Toast) were released for modern toasters.

Yesterday Linux Screw has an opportunity to test both and the results were demonstrated at the Annual Bread Valley Conference at Jan 17 2008 in Texas, USA. Reactions were mixed as Heatu Linux 9.06 and Windows VTT went head-to-head.

Windows VTT 2008 Starter Edition

The first product of its new Microsoft Kitchen(tm) brand, Windows VTT is designed to make bread toasting more user-friendly. A Microsoft press release started, "The complications and hassle associated with the production of grilled bread products that made them inaccessible to the end user have been removed with the release of Windows VTT. Just plug in a slice and play".

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