Intel proposes the x86-S architecture for a simpler, more efficient CPU instruction set

The x86 instruction set was first introduced by Intel in 1978 with the 8086 16-bit CPU, and the Santa Clara corporation is now planning to finally bring its computer processors into the future with a 64-bit mode-only architecture. The proposed x86S (or X86-S) ISA is still in the design and…

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