32 or 64??
dotancohen at gmail.com
Mon Feb 1 08:07:33 UTC 2010
On 1 February 2010 01:00, Johnneylee Rollins
<johnneylee.rollins at gmail.com> wrote:
>> That's pretty funny there, pulling some irrelevant random acronym out
>> of the blue like it means something, then when being told that one is
>> unfamiliar with it using the new RTFM that is lmgtfy.
> You're actually wrong about the acronym being random or obscure. It's
> Windows on Windows64-bit.
And how would a Linux user on a Linux mailing list flying a Linux
airplane over Linux airspace know that? It is obscure and irrelevant
in the context of the forum in which we participate, and it is not
common knowledge outside this forum.
> It's the windows compatibility layer. If we talk obscurity, let's chat
> about your at least year old experience with 64-bit computing. You
> vote 32-bit.
Until critical software has a 64 bit release, then yes I suggest 32
bit for users. When making decisions for yourself be as daring as you
wish. When giving advice to others, play it safe.
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