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Question about 64-bit Windows 7
Is there any point for me to install 64-bit Windows 7 instead of 32-bit Windows 7 given my circumstances?
I have a 64-bit processor (AMD Athlon X2 4200+, 2.2 Ghz).
But the thing is, I only have one gig of ram, and I have no intentions of ever (on this computer anyway) upgrading to more than 3.5 gigs of ram.
So would I really benefit with the 64-bit Windows if I'm not even going to have that much ram on this computer? I don't do heavy image editing or video encoding.
Would it really be detrimental to just stay with 32-bit Windows for me? I don't like having to have two different folders of Program Files. I had tried 64-bit Windows Vista, but couldn't notice any difference.
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