Microsoft should make a bumper stick that reads “64-bit or bust” and package it with retail boxes containing Windows 10, because the 32-bit era is coming to an end. It already has in many respects, but if there was any doubt that we’re living in a 64-bit world, Microsoft is hammering the message home by ending 32-bit releases for OEMs starting this month.

As spotted by Neowin, Microsoft made the announcement in a support document outlining the minimum hardware requirements for various builds of Windows 10.

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