Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 22nd Jul 2007 15:26 UTC
Windows Microsoft is planning to ship its next major version of Windows - known internally as version '7' - within roughly three years, CNET has learned. The company discussed Windows 7 on Thursday at a conference for its field sales force in Orlando, Fla., according to sources close to the company. While the company provided few details, Windows 7, the next client version of the operating system, will be among the steps taken by Microsoft to establish a more predictable release schedule, according to sources. The company plans a more 'iterative' process of information disclosure to business customers and partners, sources said.
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RE[5]: Heh...
by japh on Mon 23rd Jul 2007 21:07 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: Heh..."
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32 bit address bus translates to 2^32 addresses, that much is true.
But, it doesn't mean that an OS running on a CPU with 32 bits address bus can only do 4 GB.

Here's how it can be done:

Solaris, Linux and Windows XP all support more than 4 GB of physical memory while being 32 bit for example.

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