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January 16th, 2009, 00:04
Originally Posted by JDR13 View Post
Definitely, I've been saying the same thing since they announced the Windows 7 beta. It makes no sense to develope a 32-bit OS at this point. By the time it's released, most users will have 4GB of RAM on average, and will be upgrading to more soon afterwards. What is the purpose of releasing an OS that can only address 4GB of memory?
I don't know in what world you're living, but all the computers I see around me have 1GB. Mine has 2 and I don't see a reason to upgrade yet (of course, I use XP). In fact, I still haven't seen one computer with more than 2GB except the servers in my company.
I am almost sure Microsoft will want to release W7 as soon as this year, specially since everybody says it's pretty much Vista rebranded or "Vista SP2" (they needed to get rid of the 'Vista' name as it's too tainted to save right now)
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