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~**x86** is the most common architecture for desktop and laptop computers. The term became common after the introduction of the Intel 80386, it usually implies binary compatibility with the 32-bit instruction set of the 80386. Sometimes this is written as x86-32 to differentiate from the 64-bit x86-64. Intel, AMD and others manufacture microprocessors compatible with this standard.
==Also see==
~[[WikiPedia:x86]]
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~**x86** is the most common architecture for desktop and laptop computers. The term became common after the introduction of the Intel 80386, it usually implies binary compatibility with the 32-bit instruction set of the 80386. This may sometimes be emphasized as x86-32 from the 64-bit x86-64. Intel, AMD and others manufacture microprocessors compatible with this standard.


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==== x86 ====
~**x86** is the most common architecture for desktop and laptop computers. The term became common after the introduction of the Intel 80386, it usually implies binary compatibility with the 32-bit instruction set of the 80386. This may sometimes be emphasized as x86-32 from the 64-bit x86-64. Intel, AMD and others manufacture microprocessors compatible with this standard.
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==== Architecture Index ====
~**Architecture** - processor and motherboard types-
~~[[ARM]] - common for portable devices
~~[[x86]] - common for laptops and desktops
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