It’s been a busy couple of weeks in the news including ZombieLoad and the Huawei debacle, and Joe tries to convince himself that 32-bit x86 Linux isn’t dead.
Time to ditch 32-bit x86 Linux for good?
Joe was recently given an old Atom netbook that is 32-bit only. What can you actually do with a machine of that age and low specs? Is it time to move on from this legacy architecture?
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