PC Suite and Windows 64 bit

Hi Guys!
I am seeing a lot of posts made on PC Suite support for Windows XP 64-bit. I have made a post on the thread that was running.
PC Suite 6.8 will be released during April this year, it has support for 64-bit windows.
I made this post a few days ago on PC Suite 6.8 as soon as I got the news:http://discussions.nokia.co.uk/discussions/board/message?board.id=connectivity&message.id=188&view=b....

11:29 AM
defiant wrote:
Well can I put my name down for beta tester ?
i dont think demanding for this sort of thing is the best way to approach it defiant...

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