Next version of Windows to include a 128-bit architecture

October 10, 2009

(ChattahBox) — A likely now very embarrassed Microsoft employee, Robert Morgan, appears to have revealed a significant detail of  the software giant’s plans for Windows 8.  The version of Windows that succeeds Windows 7 will include a 128-bit architecture, according to Morgan’s profile on business networking site LinkedIn, where he listed his job as ‘senior research and development’. Per PC World his profile has now been removed from the main LinkedIn site, but is still viewable in Google’s search cache. According to Microsoft’s plans to release a new desktop version of Windows every three years, and Windows 7, due to become available worldwide on October 22,  available in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions, we should see Windows 8 become available in 2012.


2 Responses to “Next version of Windows to include a 128-bit architecture”

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  2. Blue Swan on October 10th, 2009 9:42 pm

    I also heard a leak that on the sound control slider, the volume would go to 11. See other volume controls only go to 10…but on Windows, it will go to 11. 11 is louder see.

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