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[libreoffice-website] Use of Windows 7/8/10 (XX bits) instead of Windows (x86|x86_64) on download page


Hello everyone,

I have got a question[1] from someone who doesn't seem very tech-savvy
and I tend to agree with him.

On the download page, Windows x86 or Windows x86_64 while perfectly
correct from a CPU architecture are not very understandable terms from
an end user point of view.

Windows advertises Windows 64 bits and never speaks about x86_64 in the
About section of Windows. Could we therefore change in favor of the
following terms instead ? They have the advantage to display and remind
the versions we support.

* Windows 7/8/10 (32 bits)
* Windows 7/8/10 (64 bits)

Regards,

[1] https://twitter.com/LibreOfficeFR/status/1181594654103486464

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William Gathoye
<william@gathoye.be>


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