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Windows 9 Might Not Work on 32-Bit Computers – Report
Windows 9 will indeed bring a lot of changes for users worldwide, but here’s something that nobody saw coming: the operating system could only work on 64-bit and 128-bit computers, which means that those with 32-bit hardware might not be able to run it.
While this is very, very unlikely given the fact that Microsoft wants and needs to make Windows 9 available to as many users as possible, reports
published on the web these days claim that the company could actually focus on hardware which could make the operating system run faster and offer enhanced reliability and performance, so a 32-bit configuration might not be the best choice.
Microsoft hasn’t commented on Windows 9 rumors until now, but the company is expected to break the news on this project later this month during a press event scheduled for September 30.
A beta version of the operating system will also be released in early October, but the exact specifics of this preview will be unveiled during the September 30 event.