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Old 10-21-09, 12:06 PM   #25
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Default Re: Windows 8 and 9 may support 128-bit architecture

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The only thing that really seems to be giving 64-bit a push right now is more then 4Gb of ram support in the OS. Else 32-bit is still fine for most. And the only reason we need more ram is sloppy bloated code.
It's a common misconception that 64bit is only good for 4GB+ of ram. It's mostly about memory address space which 32bit is limited.

Applications take more memory in 64bit as it should and is not limited like 32bit is. As applications become more complex ,they need to access more memory and if allowed will work faster.
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