|28 Jul 2010||#3|
The keys will work with either as Airbot has Said.
At the moment Microsoft actually advises that you only install and use x64 if you are dealing with very large datasets, (spreadsheets & databases). This is not due to any issues with the actual software but due to the availability of compatible Add-ons and 3rd party programs. I ran the x64 for 6 months but did not see any advantages over the x86 so reverted
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