- Driving Windows x64: A 15,000-Mile Checkup, with Tips and Workarounds by Alan Zeichick (December 6, 2005)
If you're considering running 64-bit Windows, now's the time to make that transition. The platform is solid, hardware and software support is mature, and the performance is incredible. It's been about eight months since I started running 64-bit Windows as my everyday platform. The transition from my trusty 32-bit workstation to a new HP box with dual AMD Opteron processors and Windows XP Professional, x64 Edition, has truly been a platform migration: There were workarounds, a learning curve, and some frustrations with hardware and software support.
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