If you guys aren't aware, major Linux distributions (namely the *buntu line, but others will follow) will be dropping 32-bit support going forward after the 16.10 release in October. There's an article about it Here. Now, the main reason I am taking this pole is because I want to see if I should kill off the 32-bit Windows Recovery Discs and 32-Bit Mini Windows 10 in my up-coming October release. The reality is that most people are using 64-bit Windows 7, 8.1, and 10. The 32-bit discs I am wanting to remove would shave off 850MB in total from the ISO, so I can replace the 32-bit Mini Windows 10 with the 64-bit version. There won't be much file size change in the ISO. (old ISO is 5,134MB vs new ISO is 5,112MB) 32-Bit Mini Windows 10 will also be retired. Pros and Cons: PRO: Saves precious ISO space. PRO: Moves forward with 64-bit computing, cutting legacy support PRO: Easier to maintain and develop one universal version instead of two separate versions. PRO: More hardware resources are available, keeping things quick without bottlenecks. CON: All systems will require 64-bit instructions in order to run. CON: Most AMD Athlon XP/MP, AMD Duron, Intel Celeron, Intel Atom, and Intel Pentium 4 systems will have their support dropped. I am in favor of cutting 32-bit support, but I'd like your guy's opinions on the matter. This poll will remain active through the end of September, so please give your vote before the 30th of September. And thank you ALL for your input and ideas!