My spin 64bit computing is really not needed for the average home or business user’s desktop. For processor intensive servers and workstations sure – but for Eudora, Word Perfect and Netscape use – it’s really not needed.
News Clip: NEW YORK (Reuters) – Within the next year, PC makers are expected to start selling a powerful new generation of home computers that run on 64-bit microchips. (full story)
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