Non issue<br><br>if you need 64 bit addressing you get it, if you need 32 bit addressing you get it.<br><br>just because the OS runs 32 bit doesnt mean an app coded for 64 bit addressing cant do that.<br><br>if it wasnt 32 bit then EVERY APPLICATION would need to be redone for 64 bit OS. XP is going to do this in 2004, and people just cant update the OS and go, they have to wait for every app to be recompiled and retested.<br><br>
XP is going to do this in 2004, and people just cant update the OS and go, they have to wait for every app to be recompiled and retested.<br><br>Boy, sounds like big fun for Windows software developers..<br><br>[color:red]DaddyMac's MP3 to AAC conversion: left to go...</font color=red>
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