Okay, this is the last post in my series about the 32-bit or 64-bit question. I don't expect this poll to be generally valid since 4sysops readers are probably more adventurous when it comes to adopting new technologies. IT pros are used to fighting with computer-related problems all day. So they are not that much frightened of theoretical troubles that a new operating might pose.
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Usually, that also applies to me. I am still a bit hesitant to make the 64-bit move, though. I will buy a new laptop soon and I am considering of equipping it with 4GB because I want to run VMware Workstation on it. So I am curious to know your view. You might have read my posts on Vista x64 or have made up your mind already. Perhaps, you even have experiences of your own. Some of you already shared your opinion in my original post about that issue.
If you didn't make up your mind yet, you might want to have a look at my articles about the 32-bit vs. 64-bit issue. You can find the links below the poll.
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So what is your choice? Vista x86 or Vista x64? If you are running Vista x86 at the moment and are planning to move to 64-bit you can vote for Vista x64 as well.