Microsoft Windows 8 And Windows 9 Going 128-Bit Architecture

Posted: Oct 8 2009, 4:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 7:56am CDT, in Rumors | Rumors


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Windows 7 has not even launched yet, but of course the developers at Microsoft are already busy cooking up the next versions of Windows.
Arstechnica published a report about what is known of Windows 8 and even Windows 9.
Apparently Microsoft is thinking about supporting 128-bit architectures on the next generation Windows operating systems.
The 128-Bit Windows 8 info stems from a MS Developer profile on LinkedIn. A blog named Windows 8 News got a hold of that Developer for an interview. You can still submit questions.

Well, I am focusing in the meantime on the shiny new Windows 7 hardware that is coming out of hiding in time for the Windows 7 launch.

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