Edited by nStuff, 26 October 2011 - 07:28 AM.
Just a quick CPU question
Posted 26 October 2011 - 07:23 AM
Posted 28 October 2011 - 05:06 AM
Yes your CPU supports 64-bit see http://www.notebookc...or.24834.0.html and http://www.cpu-world...77GG0411MA.html for detailed specs.
Okay, so my laptop has the Intel Pentium Dual-Core T4200 Processor, and when I looked it up on the Intel website and it said that the T4200 uses a 64-bit instruction set. So does that mean that my laptop's processor is a 64-bit processor?
To get the maximum performance from a 64-bit OS 8GB of Ram is best, for more information on Ram limitations for the various versions of Windows google Memory Limits for Windows Releases
Because if it is then would it be boost system performance if I used a 64-bit OS instead of a 32-bit, even though I only have 3 Gigs of RAM in my laptop?
Some may run but not efficiently or stably also be aware that some older software may not run at all whether it is a 64-bit capable CPU and 32-bit software or not so check that all software is capable or not.
And does this mean that I can run 64-bit programs even if I'm using a 32-bit OS?
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