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64bit technology wont be taken to the full until the 'almighty' vista comes out *rolls eyes*.

Only linux has taken it seriously so far. Every distro I've seen has 64bit editions. Microsoft only released XP64 to proove they could. They havent put anytime into it purely because the majority of machines are still 32bit. 64bit wont become mainstream accepted until companies like Dell and HP start getting they're backsides in motion and selling AMD chips with 64bit capabilities. Which, until AMD get theyre new production-places built, will be a while.
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