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Bill Gates: 64-Bit Transition Will Happen 'Rapidly'
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 4/27/2005 08:14:00 PM.

Microsoft chairman and chief software architect Bill Gates on Monday laid to rest talk that Microsoft might be scaling back its commitment to the Tablet PC, saying there will be a major new version of the Tablet operating system in the Longhorn timeframe.

In his opening keynote address here at WinHEC (the Windows Hardware Engineering Conference) before several thousand attendees, Gates also reiterated Microsoft's call for developers to start building 64-bit device drivers to meet the burgeoning user demand for them. Gates also demonstrated several new prototypes of the Tablet hardware, including one in which the screen slides up and down off the keyboard.

Source: EWeek


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