10-18-2009 02:30 PM
I was browsing for a computer today, since my sister's old Toshiba laptop broke down, and I decided to look into HP for her.
I was going to tell her to get the G60t, but then I realized that the only type they had for the G60t was the 64-bit (Windows 7 64-bit)
I have a Windows 7 Ultimate CD, but it's 32-bit only, so I was wondering if HP was still selling 32-bit computers?
10-18-2009 03:03 PM
10-19-2009 03:07 PM
11-10-2013 08:08 PM
why use 32 bit rather than 64 bit ?
64 bit is a memory hog
it is stable yes but some think it's slower than 32 bit.
it's all in what people want to use.
i have a laptop with 64 bit and one with 32 bit both work good but starting them both up at the same time 32 bit starts up faster.
and with my older games 32 bit works better.
with my newer games 64 bit works better.
it is all in what people like and if they are happy with what they are using then they should use it
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