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find the idea very interesting and a step in the correct direction though many faults to iron out. This idea would entitle Microsoft to an even large portion of the pie. Because most of the time that windows is running it is executing Microsoft code. Even when it is idle. Microsoft also write most of the library source that Visual C++ programs call. Though on the other side this idea may also lend to people creating alternative user interface other than Windows. For example: instead of my code calling a useless Windows API functions to get a edit box I would call another companys functions to get a very powerful edit box (than will do spell checking etc.). A great idea that at the moment has lots of bug. Edison did not get the light bulb right the first time.