Is Windows XP Professional x64 Edition Right for Me?
Author of Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Administrator’s Companion 2nd Edition (Microsoft Press, 2006)
Published: May 2006
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This whitepaper outlines the factors that users should consider before adopting Windows XP Professional x64 Edition. The paper starts by defining what 64-bit computing is, how it’s different from 32-bit computing, and its benefits. The paper then details who the key target audience is in the short and longer terms, and finishes with a discussion of the potential roadblocks to adoption.
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