Monday, November 27, 2006

64 is the new 32

64 is the new 32 by ZDNet's Ed Bott -- Microsoft is pushing full speed ahead on its plans to convert its servers to 64-bit technology. But the same can't be said on the desktop side. Even though every edition of Windows Vista is available in a 64-bit version, none of the retail boxes will contain those bits. So what's holding back the transition?

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