It’s finally time for us to move to the next level of processing – 64 bit.
PC’s are cheap enough, RAM is cheap enough.
By 2011/2012, we should be able to come together and agree that the age of 32 bit processing has come to an end.
Having said that, Microsoft will need to develop features that take advantage of the optimized processing that a 64 bit processor and way more ram can give you.
I run Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit with 8 gigs of RAM and I have to say that being able to open as many applications as I want with no concern for performance degradation is a good feeling.
That’s my take.
What do you guys and gals think?