64-bit Architecture for Windows

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About 64-bit Architecture for Windows

With 64-bit technology becoming more prevalent, it's important for Windows system administrators to truly understand the underlying architecture of all the x64 versions of Windows. Whether you've made the move or are still in the evaluation phase, this topic list has all the resources you need. From the basic differences between 32-bit and 64-bit technology to the benefits and potential limitations of migrating, we have all the latest news, tips and all-in-one guides you need to get up to speed. Get expert advice on all Windows 64-bit technology, including Windows 7, Windows XP x64 and Vista x64, and Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2, and learn how virtualization can ease the transition to 64-bit.