Linked by Jordan Spencer Cunningham on Wed 7th Oct 2009 19:15 UTC, submitted by JayDee
Windows Microsoft has been thinking about Windows 8 for a while now even through the production of Windows 7. Some information has been gathered by our friends over at Ars, and all of this said information points to possible 128-bit versions of Windows 8 and definite 128-bit versions of Windows 9. Update: Other technophiles better-versed than I in this whole 64/128-bit business pointed out that it must be for the filesystem (such as ZFS described in this article) rather than the processor and memory scheme.
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by godawful on Wed 7th Oct 2009 19:29 UTC
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I know 128 = two times as awesome as 64, but, unless the release date for 128 bit windows 9 is decades into the future, I really can't think of any practical reasoning behind this, there has to be some miscommunication somewhere.

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