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Old 5th January 2011
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Originally Posted by Mr-Biscuit View Post
I do understand and am aware that there are differences in performance and flags for the x86 and all related chips. That which remains is, "Why is it still an industry standard?" This is referencing only to Desktops, laptops, and small servers.
Because of 'great' company named Microsoft ... and ther even more 'great' operating system Windows ... and people ignorance about that topic in general.
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