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 Apr 12, 2005 - 09:34 AM - by Michael
* 64-bit Windows rolls out

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As of the end of April, 64-bit Windows will be available.

Benefits include better performance for a variety of business applications, and improvements to Windows Server 2003 core technologies including Terminal Services, Active Directory, Internet Information Services (IIS), and storage management.

Windows XP Professional x64 Edition will benefit business customers involved in the scientific, design and engineering, games, video editing, and animation markets, said Microsoft.
Glad it's finally arrived; I'm looking at doing a full upgrade around June.
 

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