"In Bill Gates' WinHEC opening keynote address, he talked about
the third decade—the 64-bit decade—of Windows computing
and the problems it faces with a lack of software and 64-bit
drivers. What I want to know is why anyone who wants a 64-bit
operating system today is bothering with Windows in the first
place, when 64-bit Linux has been around for ages?
"The usual excuses for wanting Windows—familiar
applications and better device-driver support—don't hold
water this time..."
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