Microsoft (MSFT) Windows chief Steven Sinofsky says Windows 8 will require less memory (DRAM) than Windows 7, which itself attempted to be less memory-hungry than the oft-criticized Windows Vista. This will make it easier for Windows 8 to run on CPUs featuring ARM (ARMH) cores, but is likely to worsen Micron's (MU) DRAM woes.
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