I cannot recommend Bitdefender enough.
Apple illustrated the idea with discussion of a USB port and SD card reader, showing how the card reader and USB port could be integrated, but the port could house other interconnects.
The summary is misleading in so many ways. This is just adding USB to a multi-card reader.
They should be selling the 64-bit version. They should be preinstalling the 64-bit version. People *shouldn't* be using the 32-bit version, becuase there's still a very real architectural limitation in the 32-bit version: a given process can only see 3 GB of memory, no matter how you set up your licensing.
There is one very real exception to this rule, in the current market: the netbook. Netbooks tend to have less than 2GB (or only 1GB if Windows is installed - once again MS licensing greed) and the Atom is currently a 32-bit processor if I'm not mistaken. Could be wrong, but even so netbooks and people who specifically *need* 32-bit should be the only ones buying it. Almost all new computers being sold have 64-bit processors regardless of memory installed - why preinstall 32?
"Probably the best operating system in the world is the [operating system] made for the PDP-11 by Bell Laboratories." - Ted Nelson, October 1977