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What is the difference between Windows7 32, 64, and 86 ????

I am thinking about installing Windows 7 and I now see that there are the three different versions and I need to know which one I should get before I buy something I cant use. If you know what I mean. Thanks in advance.

Asked by: Anonymous User, 27 Apr 2010 14:29

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Yes. Thats a tough question that is hard to find answers for, on your own.

Maybe start here: http://lmgtfy.com/?q=windows764&l=1

27 Apr 2010 14:54
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ok windows 7 x86 and 32 is know as 32 bit os for systems that are using about 4 gigs of memory or less. windows 64 is 64 bit os that when you have more then 4 gigs of memory on you computer

27 Apr 2010 15:10
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windows 7 64 bit will run fast on 4gigs of ram i run windows 7 with 4 gigs 64 bit and my computer runs very fast my computer boots up in about 6seconds what will slow it down virius malaware and a slow hard drive you need a large fast hd it will run on 2 gigs

05 May 2010 17:30

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