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Office 2010 - 64 bit version ready for prime time yet
Even on a 64 bit system I installed Office 2010 32 bit because at the time MS recommended using the 32 bit version - the 64 bit version was regarderd as a bit of a "Post beta" version and for serious work MS advised people to install the 32 bit version even though they were working on Windows 7 X-64.
Now SP1 for office 2010 has appeared is it worthwhile to upgrade now to 64 bit or should I just keep running with 32 bit version and wait for next office release.
Office 2010 x-86 runs perfectly fine and I don't have any performance issues with it so I'm tempted to leave it. However I'm using things like photoshop x-64 so there might be some future compatability problems when importing / exporting Photoshop / other adobe material into or from Office 2010 applications (powerpoint for example).
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