MattyC wrote on Dec 23, 2017, 04:26:
I doubt anyone still running a 32bit OS is still getting hardware new enough to really use new features or driver enhancements going forward.
Really the only people running a 32bit OS these days are the people deploying embeded systems, machine-specific installs, or because they have a software license for some esoteric hardware they absolutely can't do without(3d lathe, cnc machine, etc). Wasn't that long ago that several major real estate companies here in Canada moved off OS/2 Warp(installed in 1987 on a 16bit platform) because the machines indexed and recorded all of the real estate listings, transactions and so on. And they absolutely refused to run an emulated machine.
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there is a neat, simple solution;
and it is always wrong."