Windows XP 64-bit Edition, is a version for Intel’s Itanium line of processors; maintains 32-bit compatibility solely through a software emulator. It is roughly analogous to Windows XP Professional in features. It was discontinued in September 2005 when the last vendor of Itanium workstations stopped shipping Itanium systems marketed as “Workstations”. In 1999, Microsoft released…

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Luckily, written as a proof-of-concept virus, it has no damage payload. It could, if it wanted to, format the hard drive, delete files, or interact with the computer hardware. Later versions of Windows 3.x produce error messages suggesting that computer viruses could be responsible when presenting these types of errors. Windows 3.x is started with…

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