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Of course, this tremendous reliability comes at price. Why does operating system have millions of lines of code? To increase flexibility of computer. This is why such computers are called general purpose computers. Without O.S., computer loses this flexibility and becomes one that is tailored for a given purpose.
Producing many tailored non-O.S. computers is now worthwhile in order to achieve greater reliability.
It seems to me that this new technology is better than it appears to be at first blush. It may even be used to make general purpose computers more resistant to viruses. If a non-O.S. computer were used as an input-output device for a conventional O.S. computer, it could kill viruses before they reach conventional computer.
I believe that non-O.S. computers have a great future!
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