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Windows Vista ushered in the era of mainstream 64-bit computing—and almost no one realized it. That's because, although 64-bit versions of Windows XP had been available for a while, it was only with Vista that PC manufacturers finally got wise to the fact that practically all the hardware out there was 64-bit compatible. They then passed those capabilities along to their customers—most of whom, through no fault of their own, probably couldn't tell a bit from a byte, let alone 64 of them from 32. But now that Windows 7 is out, in retail versions that include both 32- and 64-bit discs, the question is more relevant than it's ever been: Do you need a 64-bit OS?

The answer is simple: Yes.

Okay, maybe the real answer is a little more complex than that. Technically, you probably don't need one. You'll be hard-pressed to find any software , whether from a major or a minor vendor, that doesn't come in a 32-bit version. And even most tech professionals would have trouble telling the difference between a 32- and a 64-bit app under many situations. But 64-bit software gives you options and performance that 32-bit software doesn't—and to take advantage of them, you need a 64-bit OS.

The biggest, most immediate advantage comes in terms of memory. A 32-bit system is limited to utilizing 4GB of RAM (232 addresses). Actually, it's closer to 3.25GB, because a portion of that RAM is reserved for use by the BIOS, the PCI and PCI Express buses, and so on. But with a 64-bit system, which has 264 memory addresses, your computer can spend less time swapping processes into and out of physical memory—which results in major performance boosts in software that supports it. The theoretical maximum of ram that a 64 bit OS can address is 16 exabytes, or about 16 billion GB, but Microsoft currently puts a 16TB limit on address space and allows only 128GB of physical RAM. That's still way more than most any user will need—or have.

Of course, this means that if your PC doesn't have—or you don't plan on buying—4GB of memory or more, you're not going to see much practical advantage to running 64-bit Windows.

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But a 64-bit OS, paired with a large amount of memory (6GB or 12GB are common capacities with motherboards that take advantage of the newer triple-channel memory technology), can make a huge difference in 64-bit software. One of the most common consumer examples is Adobe's Photoshop CS4 , but 64-bit support is becoming increasingly prevalent in apps that need to run a lot of complex, processor-intensive tasks.
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There are some potential downsides to using 64-bit Windows. You need 64-bit device drivers, which may not be available for all your hardware. There's also the requirement than all device drivers must be digitally signed, which could also be a problem. And although most 32-bit apps will probably work on 64-bit Windows, not all will. This may require you to find 64-bit versions of those programs or use other software altogether. You might also try Windows on Windows 64 (WoW64) is an emulator designed to let you natively run 32 bit software within a 64-bit Windows 7 installation.

Support for 64-bit has skyrocketed in recent years—it's had to, since so many computer buyers were using it, whether they knew it or not—so the chances you'll run into any difficulties are slim. So if you have the proper hardware, 64-bit Windows is definitely the way to go. There's just one potential wrinkle, and it only affects upgraders:

You can't do an in-place upgrade from 32-bit Vista to 64-bit Windows 7, so if you have that version of Vista , you'll need to do a clean install to squeeze every possible drop of performance out of Windows 7. But if you plan on using powerful applications today and tomorrow, inconvenience could well be worth it.

How to Install 32-Bit Programs on 64-Bit Systems that

Windows 7 64bit does run programs that will run on windows 7 32bit, BUT not ALL 32bit programs will run on Windows 7!!! There are many programs that will run on Windows XP and before that will not run on Windows 7. IF you had Windows 7 Pro version (or upgrade) there is a program you can download from Microsoft that will simulate an XP environment to allow programs to run that otherwise will not. I BELIEVE that this will not include ALL programs as windows 7 security settings will not probably allow some memory control for the programs that XP allowed.
I would suggest that you first look into a newer version of the program you want to run. This feature was made due to the fact that some business programs (especially custom and customized ones) cost businesses thousands of dollars and would not be able to transition over to windows 7 for years otherwise.
Office XP is another program Systems Drs can Install or Repair to work with Win 7, 64 Bit
You have to consider that a newer version of your program might not be that much more expensive than upgrading to pro, and with the newer version, usually comes newer features.
Adobe Reader or Acrobat are other examples of Old Program technology, that can be Installed in Win 7 Fast and Cheap, 64 Bit

Again, and I once more stress on this point If you have a 64-bit operating system on your computer , it doesn't mean you can use only 64-bit computer software . Your operating system still has the ability to run some 32-bit programs through "emulation"--essentially, your computer will trick the program into thinking its running a 32-bit operating system. Because of this, installing a 32-bit program on a 64-bit operating system is as simple as installing any regular computer program.

Difficulty: Tricky

Most virtualisation software including VMware allow you to run a 32-bit guest operating system on a 64-bit operating system. It is also possible to run a 64-bit guest operating system on a 32-bit host operating system as long as the CPU supports 64-bit.

Instructions

Before you start anything, be sure you backup all your data and create a restore point.

Things you'llneed:

Optical disk drive

 

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Place the installation CD for your 32-bit computer program in your computer's optical disc drive. This can be a CD-ROM, DVD -ROM, DVD/CD-RW drive or some other variation.

Wait a few seconds. The installation utility for the program will automatically pop up on your monitor.

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Click "Next." This will advance you through the installation program.

Continue to click "Next" until you can only click "Finish," "Install" or some other variation (this will change depending on the program). Click this button and the 32-bit program will install itself on your computer.

Restart your computer after the setup program has finished installing your new 32-bit software. This will complete the overall installation and allow you to use the program when your computer restarts.

Again, we do not recommend doing this “TRANSFER” yourself, since the process can be tricky and you might end corrupting your Operating System.

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