Originally Posted by AlphaWolf_HK
There's still more migration that needs to be done first. Breaking 32-bit support would just break too many things right now. With windows 7, Microsoft is aggressively pushing both IHV's and ISV's to make all of their products either 64-bit, or 64-bit compatible. As soon as the majority of them are on board, it will be safe to drop it.
But thats easy... have old ****? DONT UPGRADE
Does XP and Vista automatically stop working when a new windows os is out?
If they want their old **** to work then they can as they did before on their current os.
Windows 7 should have been 64bit only