For much of its, life the Windows ecosystem has been associated with one processor family: Intel’s x86 and compatible devices such as AMD’s. Windows NT’s brief flirtation with other processor families didn’t last long, with MIPs and DEC’s Alpha cast aside after a few releases. Even Intel’s Itanium didn’t last long, with Windows Server 2008 R2 the last release to support it.

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