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Vista; 32-bit vs 64-bit


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Meintool

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I have recently purchased an OEM version of Windows Vista Home Premium and have noticed that it's stated on the disc that the CD only installs 32-bit. So i was wondering what the difference is between 32-bit and 64-bit.
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The main notable difference is that 64-bit will allow you to use more than 4Gigs of memory, but there is not a lot of "true" 64-bit software yet and not a lot of hardware support for it either.
See http://www.tech-reci...sion_x64_vs_x86 and http://4sysops.com/a...-vista-edition/
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