Advertisements Am I just panic prone, or is Microsoft about to set a course with Windows 9 that leaves the video hobbiest out in the cold? "Interestingly, Windows 9 might not include a Desktop for running legacy Win32 apps, according to previous tips, and will be updated frequently and regularly via the Windows Store." Say good bye to Win 32 apps? I am more inclined to shout "Say it ain't so!" First they abandon development of Windows Media Center.Now, I suppose we can say goodbye to TiVo Desktop software, VideoReDo, Total Media Theatre, Showbiz, Mediabrowser and a ton of other programs that are not 64 bit programs. I am going to have to start looking at other OS options.