Garvan wrote:This morning I was reading the Mint main pages at http://linuxmint.com/ and I saw that a Linux Mint 13 OEM has been released, but in 64-bit only. This made me realise that the time of the 32-bit OS is at an end. A bit of searching showed that the advise that I read two to five years ago about sticking to 32-bit releases may be outdated.
I have decided that the next time I upgrade I will choose a 64-bit version. Am I the last person to come to this conclusion? What version (64-bit or 32-bit) do the majority of Mint Forum user use? Are there any comments on problems and issues with the 64-bit version?
what the OEM ISOs are for. Because most new hardware coming out will be 64bit , why support 32bit in a OEM disk?
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