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Is now the time for 64-bit Vista?

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I was considering going with 64-bit Home Premium. I just have to send away for it. I've heard drivers are still not up to snuff. Is this true?
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Drivers are fine. I run x64 full time on two machines, no problems whatsoever. Now is the time my friend.
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As long as your hardware is relatively new, drivers should no longer be a problem.

However, if you still wanted to be on the safe side you could always get the drivers ahead of time. 64-bit should be a nice improvement for you, even more so if you can get another 2gb of RAM.
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