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Old 27. Jan 2012, 05:40 PM   #129 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Remah
The main part of the transition is 32-bit to 64-bit and that is actually much smoother and better managed than the 16-bit to 32-bit transition. And we're only 9 years into the transition.
Thanks for the explanation. By the time I owned my IBM compatible computer (1989) The 32 bit bit software worked very well and still worked fine with 16 bit stuff. I bought my IBM compatible just so I could play Doom

Before 1989 I owned and Amiga which I like allot but it soon died a slow lingering death.

Anyway throw Unity and Gnome 3 at us Linux users and things start to get really fun!
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