Only a year ago, Intel believed that its 64-32 bit technology wasn't really suitable for the desktop, and might not be supported by new versions of Windows. Because of the endless waiting for Microsoft to ship its XP 64 operating system, plus the falling cost of DRAM, Intel 64-32 bit technology on the desktop was looking unhealthy. Well, now it looks like Intel is now ready to ship 64-32 bit desktop processors, and will be doing so within a matter of days.
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