Microsoft working on 128bit support for Windows 8 and Windows 9

Well first launched the 64bit support with and still most of the softwares we use on the 64bit versions of XP/VISTA/  operate in 32 bit mode . Though the 64bit has matured very well with latest windows versions, but there are very few softwares out in the which uses the full power of a 64bit OS. With a few notable exceptions like Photoshop  most other softwares run in the 32 bit mode within 64bit Windows.

But Microsoft isnt worried much, they have already started working on the 128bit technology support for next generation of . A profile of a Microsoft Researcher available on brought to light Microsoft's  and along with the .

Right now 64 bit Windows are only mainstream in the market where the use of huge amount of RAM has mandated the use of 64bit windows servers.  Well the simplest reason for the 64bit OS is that any 32 bit windows cant really fully use RAM above 3.2 GB  and hence if you want to have RAM above 4GB then you need to have a 64 bit OS to get maximum use.

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