Monday, April 25, 2005

Gates to Roll Out 64-Bit Windows

eWeek reports: "The release of the Windows XP Pro 64-bit client was the start of mainstream 64-bit client-side computing, Sullivan said, admitting the catch with this 64-bit release is that there are many devices for which 64-bit drivers have not yet been written."

Microsoft released the new version of the Windows XP Pro x64 Edition today. This version of Windows doesn't really add any new functionality with the exception of being able to take advantage of new 64-bit processors from Intel and AMD. Basically, what this means for you is that you can address more RAM and disk storage then before.
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