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The downfall of 32-bit Operating Systems.


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XP 64 can hardly be classed as a 64-bit operating system. It was an experiment by windows to see if they could build a 64-bit OS, just so they could say they did it. It was never meant to be used as a main OS and I have no idea why anyone would.

 

The 64-Bit era is fast approaching, hardware support is already here. However, if were talking mainstream home user we still have 6-7 years until Operating systems become fully 64-bit.

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Oh yeah, it won't be awhile until 64-bit takes over completely. But not any time soon, seeing that really it's only the Atom and the geode that are still 32-bit. Core duo and solo is too, but Intel doesn't make those anymore.

 

But regardless what xp64-bit was made to be, Microsoft still released it to the public as an OS. {censored} OS, and would never ever touch it.

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