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bradeaton
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64 bit?

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Are new HP computers 64 bit or 32 bit and where is it listed in the specs?

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erico
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It is the CPU architecture that determines whether a 32 or 64-bit operating system can be used.

 

Some entry level desktop PCs have a 32-bit Windows Operating system installed. 

 

Better Models with more power will have 64-bit Windows installed as a standard.

 

Your question does not make it clear as to what you want. Is there a specific PC you would like information about?

 

See the following images from  the HP online store for desktop and notebook PCs. I hope that helps you.

 

 

architecture.jpg

 

 

architecture1.jpg

 




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I'm shopping for a new computer running Windows 10 to replace my HP computer running Vista. I want a 64 bit machine. How do I tell from the specs which systems are 64 bit?

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I provided you with images that show where it  states the OS.  There isn't much more I can do. I even pointed to them with brightly colored arrows.

 

Use the HP online store to peruse what is available.

Click on the following link to go to the online store.

 

http://store.hp.com/UKStore/Merch/List.aspx?sel=DTP&ctrl=f&fc_seg_home=1

 

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Does that answer your question?




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