Diebold Nixdorf, an ATM manufacturer, has announced (via Bankless Times) that its ATMs will support Windows 10 and, with it, the 64-Bit architecture.
The Senior Vice President, Ulrich Näher, said:
This is a true testament to our company’s ‘future-proof’ development mentality and protecting our customers’ investments – that meet the needs of today and anticipate those of tomorrow.
The company believes that moving its ATMs from Windows 7 to Windows 10 will provide better security, as well as allowing them to make better use of memory and processing features.
This is one of the first big moves we’ve seen a business take from the much-loved Windows 7 to Windows 10.Further reading: Microsoft, Windows 10, Windows 7