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Re: [K12OSN] Is anyone else using 64 bit clients?



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On Sep 2, 2009, at 10:19 AM, Phydeaux wrote:

At 10:47 AM 09/02/09, Terrell Prudé Jr. wrote:
Is there any reason why running 64-bit clients with 32-bit software is "sub-optimal"? Remember that the applications (OpenOffice.org, etc.) are running on the server, not the client.

The fact that the USB stuff doesn't work is a poor reason to force the clients to use 32 bit software. I was hoping to get local apps working on the clients as part of this. True, it doesn't matter for most things but I'd like to be able
to take advantage of what we've got.


Unless your client's are going to run local applications that use each use A LOT (like over 2GB) of memory, there isn't any benefit to going 64 bit at all.
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