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Chris Nuttall

The Wintel machine, which suffered a serious breakdown with Vista, is purring through synchromeshed multi-threaded gears as the release of Windows 7 approaches on October 22.

Intel and Microsoft held a San Francisco briefing on Tuesday to detail how the two were in perfect sync in improving PC performance by matching up Windows 7 development with the latest features of Intel’s processors.

There was no mention of Intel going its own way with a ground-breaking type of memory enhancement, as one analyst reported on Monday, but more on that after the jump. Read more