My 1st “PC” was a 286 with a 20MB hard disk, so sort of know how that happened. Before that there were an Atari and a Commodore. I also had a chance to “play” with a Sinclair, but never owned it. I don’t think a 128bit PC would happen in my time. I am pretty glad that there are 64bit ones around.
Sure, I do, and it’d happen in my lifetime.
If they are Linux ones, no problem at all. But if they are those Windows ones, absolutely useless for Linux distros – Linux distros are not created to promote Windows apps. And, if they are games, the gamers would play games in any platform, are loyal to a game, but not to the platform – I’ve two in the family, and they are 30+.
Anyway, I’d prefer Ubuntu to concentrate on 64bit OS and software, rather than wasting resources on 32bit. That way, I just might see a 128bit Ubuntu in my lifetime.