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Old November 5, 2009, 05:35 AM
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I run 64 7 BUT you can't run a lot of good apps yet as not 64 bit or even "compatible" on 7 anyway.
So I still type whats the point of it?
We have had single core 64 bit processors, gone now for the most part, and it still the software is playing catchup
Most people wouldn't know the difference the average user between 32 and 64 bit which most are average users
Other than a bit of ram performance increase if you running 4 gigs its not that much different if you are in reality
I have run 32 and 64 bit 7 and it runs almost totally the same plus 32 bit 7 most all my software I like works.
And software that runs on 64 bit..... a good hunk of it is 64 bit "compatible" not full 64 bit anyway.
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