Mullica Hill, NJ
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Re: A 64 bit world for Windows OS? Yes. 32bit was dead with the release of Win7 IMO. Once win7 came out there was no reason to logically buy a 32bit OS unless your hardware was already obsolete.
Keep in mind that when Win7 released that 64bit CPUs had been out for awhile already.
64bit will only improve more when MS can weed out all 32bit code, Right now it has to stay so that old software can still run. This is especially true in the highly profitable enterprise market where many companies run software originally written for WindowsXP.
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Port Orchard, WA
said by Kearnstd:FTFY
This is especially true in the highly profitable enterprise market where many companies run software originally written for Windows NT4.0.
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