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WindowsXP-64 release imminent - WindowsXP-64 release imminent
Mon, April 11 2005 | 11:46AM | PermaLink Feedback?
Full 64bit versions of Windows XP, and the Enterprise and Datacenter editions of Windows Server 2003, are on course for general availability by the end of this month. The code was 'released to manufacture' (ie sent to CD replicators) on March 30 and will be formally launched at Microsoft's Winhec conference starting on April 25, the company says. The main advantage of the new versions is that they expand the amount of directly addressable memory beyond the 4GB limit imposed by the 32bit editions. They will run 32bit applications, even increasing performance on tasks requiring intensive computation, as well as 64bit.
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