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is longhorn 32 or 64 bit OS???

Discussion in 'QnA (read only)' started by [flAsh], Oct 27, 2004.

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    is longhorn 32 or 64 bit OS??? can anybody tell??
     
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    Im sure Longhorn will come out in both the flavours...
    As Microsoft is activley pushing AMD's 64-Bit extention support by developing 64Bit XP and 64Bit Windows 2003.

    So Longhorn will support 64-bit extention, and also 32-bit for legacy processors...
     
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    xenkatesh Bewitched!

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    That will come in Both the favours!
     
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    longhorn is a futurisitic OS. I think it "ll cum only in 64bit version
     
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    Dont think its futuristic, the alpha release are already here amd am running on 32-bit, and I expect that the 64 bit will be coming out soon!
     
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    Hello

    It ll come in both architecture. As not all contries r that head to upgrade their processors. :!: :arrow:
     
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    Yea but u'll need a meaty procy (read 2k5/2k6 procy's) along with a good deal of RAM and graphics support to use Longhorn..so legacy support is not likely. 64 bit methinx as procy's around 2k5/2k6 should all have 64bit support. Even Intel's procy's.
     
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