Who aimed not just at getting more and more features, but more at getting existing code as stable as it's possible. (...) At some point all most frequently encountered bugs were fixed, and potential Linux usage base extended substantially.
[Going Beta] involves, first of all, getting hardware support at a decent level. From a billion of personal computers in the world, we could easily support the most common hardware without need to develop complex drivers or different HALs.
Next, software. We have a unique situation when our OS targets a vast amount of WinAPI compatible software. There is a lot of bugs in our Win32 subsystem, however if we can find a set of apps we support right now, or find common software which we could easily support - it should be our "road ahead".
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