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6-25-2010 @ 9:37AM
Yet how many people USE 64-bit? I'm not going to pull numbers out of my ass, but I know it's only a FRACTION of the people who still use 32-bit. I'm not saying that it's a good thing there's no 64-bit client out, just like it sucks that there's no official Linux client either. But I can't imagine it would make good business sense to start working on a brand new client and all the trouble associated with it such as troubleshooting and support when the technology is relatively under-utilized at the moment. I'm sure Blizzard realizes, in all their good business sense, that 64-bit is going to be the big thing in the coming years, and I'm sure they're already taking steps to prepare for it. Maybe a 64-bit client's been under development all this time? Hopefully the issues that 3.3.5 are causing will step up the progress on it.
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