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Murdon seems certain that we will see 128-bit compatibility with Windows 9, while it appears that whether we will see it in Windows 8 or not is still uncertain. Coincidentally, many do believe that Windows 7 will be Microsoft’s last 32-bit OS. So could this mean we will see Windows 8 come in 64-bit and 128-bit flavors?
http://windows8center.com/news/windows- ... ompatible/
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higher bit rates ... Whooo. I really don't care about higher bit rates. the thing that would make me purchase windows 8 would be the tablet integration, and having a 24 inch touch device to use the tablet interface. higher bit rates has no real significant boost to a system performance.
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