For those who need more computing power on their Windows’ machines, Microsoft is joining the 64bit party with the release of a 64bit operating system (server and desktop).
Information Week writes “On Monday, Microsoft will launch their x64 operating systems, both client and server,” said Intel spokesperson Erica Fields, in an email intended to emphasize the support the software will have for Intel’s processors. “The Windows operating systems have supported Intel’s Hyper-Threading technology, execute-disable bit and, now, Intel’s 64-bit and dual-core processors.”
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