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Singularity: Microsoft's research OS available for download

At the annual Microsoft TechFest event-which began today at the company's headquarters in Redmond-Microsoft's senior vice president of research, Rich Rashid, announced that the source code of the Singularity project will be available for download from Microsoft's Codeplex web site.

The Singularity project is an experimental microkernel and operating system developed primarily with managed code, and it uses static analysis to ensure high dependability. Singularity uses Microsoft's experimental Bartok compiler, which translates .NET Common Intermediate Language (CIL) into optimized native code.

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