Leon Braginski

Leon Braginski

Senior Program Manager at Microsoft Corporation

Location:
ONE MICROSOFT WAY, Redmond, Washington, United States
HQ Phone:
(425) 882-8080

Recent News  

Microsoft Lead program manager, Leon Braginski, points out that the installed "footprint" of Windows changes from day to day because it includes logs, memory dumps, caches, restore points, the pagefile and the hibernation file.
He claims, "the Windows 7 disk footprint will be smaller than that of Vista and 16GB would be enough for a good user experience. Braginski predicts that Windows 7 itself will use only 50 percent of that 16GB, with the rest available for files and applications. On the Dell Inspiron Mini 9, which has a 14GB SSD, installing Windows 7 without turning off extra components took almost 8GB of disk space, as Braginski predicts-leaving nearly 6GB of free disk space and 45 percent of the system's 2GB RAM still available (and giving a Performance Score of 2.3).

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Leon Braginski, Microsoft senior lead program manager, announced during the WinHEC conference that Windows 7 will run on netbooks and that 16 GB worth of storage should be enough.
Although he did not reveal whether Microsoft will be releasing a Windows 7 specifically for Netbooks, he did confirm that Windows 7 will not be support booting from USB flash drives (but will allow from SSD).

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"We will explain how to calculate the lifetime of a flash-based netbook based on specific workload numbers," a statement by Leon Braginski, a senior lead program manager in Microsoft's PC3 team, reads.

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