When connecting to the internet, devices and computers have traditionally used IPv4. Even though IPv4 has several billion unique addresses, the popularity and ubiquity of internet connected devices means that this address pool will eventually run out. This issue is solved by IPv6, which has an address pool large enough to give every person on earth the same number of addresses included in the entire IPv4 address pool.
IPv6 support is included in all modern operating systems including Windows XP (via an add-on), Vista and 7, MacOS and Linux. IPv6 is also being used by some major internet services like Facebook and Google.
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