|04 Jun 2010||#1|
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Can I use 64-bit without paying for another license?
Back in October, I attended "The New Efficiency" event in Baltimore, MD. At the event, Microsoft gave attendees free copies of Windows 7. I'd like to use 64-bit on the system that this copy is installed on. Does anyone know if I can get 64-bit media for this key or is it going to be a 32-bit only license?
I don't mind paying for a new 64-bit license, but I just want to check out my options before I go spending money.
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