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Most of your existing software that would work on 32-bit should work on 64-bit.
You'd mainly just need to ensure there are 64-bit compatible drivers available for your devices. Unless you're using something like a 10-year-old printer or freebie webcam, you should normally be okay.
I'm not aware of anyone (yet?) installing Windows 7 32-bit "on top" of 64-bit.
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