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I use Windows, and I like it.


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comment 64 bit web browsers
@Brendan: Probably. I mean, if I were a browser vendor, I would start making my browser 64-bit simply because 32-bit is dead, but from a user standpoint, there is still almost no advantage to a 64-bit version of a browser. I'd be interested to see a more recent benchmark, but I remember Mozilla trying a 64-bit build and deciding that the tiny performance advantage wasn't worth the effort to maintain two builds, and that's probably still true.