|24 Sep 2009||#10|
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the programs x86 folder is sadly essential. with todays technology there is really no excuse for 32 bit only programs or for any piece of hardware made in the last 5-7 years to not have 64 bit drivers, however this is far from reality. a lot of the software you use on a daily basis will be 32 bit only.
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