Microsoft brings 'hammer' Windows
As Jerry Saunders, AMD's president until April 2002, announced, Microsoft will bring a version of its Windows operating system adapted to the x86-64 architecture onto the market, which is extremely important for the hammer's acceptance on the market is.
We still dare to doubt whether the name will finally be Windows NT64, but it is certain that it will be able to process the full range of 64-bit instructions. AMD is particularly proud that these are the first instruction sets for x86 processors to be built into Windows and not from Intel. He also mentioned that his point of view was that the operating system battle had ended in Microsoft's favor ('My point is, Microsoft rules. They won.') And that Microsoft was using Windows NT64 to use the Linux open source operating system in the server Market will increasingly decrease market share. Even if this has little to do with the topic, it shows how important it is for AMD to support Microsoft.