Rumor - New version of Windows 10 under development (no win32 native)

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Rumor - New version of Windows 10 under development (no win32 native)

Post by Eric.Developer » Sun Jan 28, 2018 8:42 am

Rumor - New version of Windows 10 under development (no win32 native)

Hello guys,
Who is already generating commercial applications on Windows/64bit?

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Post by serge_girard » Sun Jan 28, 2018 9:45 am

I cannot get my app's working in W10-64 + MySQL...

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Post by PeteWG » Sun Jan 28, 2018 9:05 pm

That's nonsense! and quite premature, if not completely false, misinformation, too.
Win32 appls (and OS support) will be here (any way or another) for at least a decade, probably much more.

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Post by vagblad » Mon Jan 29, 2018 9:43 am

I read the articles linked in the post. As mentioned there a lot of times, the new Windows shell and the new Polaris core OS will support win32 apps one way or another(either via virtualization or natively).
I don't think the market is already at the point where 32bit apps will go extinct. There are a lot of users out there still using 32bit OS and apps. I agree with Pete's opinion that such a move would be quite premature at this point.
Remember how long were the 16bit apps supported by 32bit OS? It's not easy to force the market to do such transitions.
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Post by Anand » Mon Jan 29, 2018 9:56 am

Agree fully.
16bits are still supported via dosbox etc., our company still use some. And stopping 32bits is like killing the development altogether. MS is not going to do it for its own sake.

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