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Windows 7: Processors/processor Architecture in W7

23 Nov 2009   #1
Luzenna

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Processors/processor Architecture in W7

Hello!

My friend was asking me (since I'm the "computer expert" in my circle of friends) what processors and processor srchitecture W7 supported, and if it had support for processors with more than one core. I answered yes, and told him that all new intel and AMD 32/64 bit was supported, but he wanted a more detailed answer.

Anyone know what I can tell him?

Best regards, Luzenna

PS: Sorry for bad english, but it's not my primary language.


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23 Nov 2009   #2
MacGyvr

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Luzenna View Post
Hello!

My friend was asking me (since I'm the "computer expert" in my circle of friends) what processors and processor srchitecture W7 supported, and if it had support for processors with more than one core. I answered yes, and told him that all new intel and AMD 32/64 bit was supported, but he wanted a more detailed answer.

Anyone know what I can tell him?

Best regards, Luzenna

PS: Sorry for bad english, but it's not my primary language.
Your answer to him was quite sufficient. I'm not sure what else he could be wanting to know.
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