Yeah, it’s time to say goodbye to two things we had love/hate relationships with but now the decision to toss them was taken off our narrow girly shoulders anyway:
Yes, we all know that Linux is great for keeping our old pieces of museum hardware alive and kicking, but 32-bit computers? In 2017? Really? I mean, probably I’m super spoiled by thieves always stealing our laptops before they get a chance to become really outdated but whoever deems it necessary to still work on 32-bit hardware is a cheapskate. C’mon guys, invest in some decent hardware. Accepting leftover laptops from your granny is super awkward, don’t do it.
And if you still have a 32-bit computer (Windows XP and earlier) in dire need of a nifty operating system there are still enough sources and there is still time to fill your install media with good distros. But you should act … not soon but NOW!
The people have spoken and we gotta accept that. It’s like in the first story, everybody who thinks they must compute on 10 y/o ARM processors is living under a rock. Modern ARM processors, like the Intel Cherry Trail family, are absolutely capable of dealing with “real” Linux distributions. And why use a fukn compromised ARM technology anyway, when you can just get an Intel i3, which is much faster, for the same or lower prices?