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    Question 32 bit and 64 bit oprtating system

    Guys can anyone clear me up on the difference between 32 bit and 64 bit OS. What is the advantage of having a 64 bit OS and what are the hardware requirements for a 64 bit OS?

    My config is
    Processor: Intel Core 2 duo E4500 2.2 Ghz
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    GPU: Ati hd 4850 Toxic 512 mb
    PSU: Asus 500 watt

    So is this sufficient to run 64 bit vista? Most importantly will I be benefited?

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    unless you have 4gb ram 64bit OS is worthless, install 32bit.

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    Default Re: 32 bit and 64 bit oprtating system

    Difference between x86 & 64
    http://www.mydigitallife.info/2008/0...windows-vista/
    Differences and Advantages Between 32-bit (x86) VS 64-bit (x64) Windows Vista


    Each editions of Windows Vista operating system is available in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions (x86 anx x64 are terms used by Microsoft), making 64-bit OS option now a widely available choice. And with almost all CPU processor and motherboard nowadays is x64 based which capable of running 64-bit OS, it presents hard decision to consumers to decide and pick whether 32-bit or 64-bit versions of Windows Vista is suitable choice.

    Microsoft publishes KB946765 which details the main differences between 32-bit and 64-bit Windows Vista, which mainly relate to memory accessibility, memory management, and enhanced security features, as listed in table below.
    Architecture Windows Vista, 32-bit versions Windows Vista, 64-bit versions System requirements 1-gigahertz (GHz) 32-bit (x86) processor or 64-bit (x64) processor,
    512 MB of RAM 1-GHz 64-bit (x64) processor, 1 GB of RAM (4 GB recommended) Memory access A 32-bit version of Windows Vista can access up to 4 GB of RAM. A 64-bit version of Windows Vista can access from 1 GB of RAM to more than 128 GB of RAM. Memory access per edition All 32-bit versions of Windows Vista can access up to 4 GB of RAM. Windows Vista Home Basic – 8 GB of RAM
    Windows Vista Home Premium – 16 GB of RAM
    Windows Vista Business – 128 GB of RAM or more
    Windows Vista Enterprise – 128 GB of RAM or more
    Windows Vista Ultimate – 128 GB of RAM or more DEP 32-bit versions of Windows Vista use a software-based version of DEP. 64-bit versions of Windows Vista support hardware-backed DEP. Kernel Patch Protection (PatchGuard) This feature is not available in 32-bit versions of Windows Vista. This feature is available in 64-bit versions of Windows Vista. Kernel Patch Protection helps prevent a malicious program from updating the Windows Vista kernel. This feature works by helping to prevent a kernel-mode driver from extending or replacing other kernel services. Also, this feature helps prevent third-party programs from updating (patching) any part of the kernel. Driver signing Unsigned drivers may be used with 32-bit versions of Windows Vista. 64-bit versions of Windows Vista require that all device drivers be digitally signed by the developer. 32-bit driver support 32-bit versions of Windows Vista support 32-bit drivers that are designed for Windows Vista. 64-bit versions of Windows Vista do not support 32-bit device drivers. 16-bit program support 32-bit versions of Windows Vista support 16-bit programs, in part. 64-bit versions of Windows Vista do not support 16-bit programs. If you value the benefits and advantages of switching and embracing 64-bit Windows Vista, here’s a few considerations to ponder before making the move to install x64 Windows Vista:

    • 64-bit device drivers may not be available for one or more devices in the computer.
    • Device drivers must be digitally signed.
    • 32-bit device drivers are not supported.
    • 32-bit programs may not be fully compatible with a 64-bit operating system.
    • It may be difficult to locate programs that are written specifically for a 64-bit operating system.
    • Not all hardware devices may be compatible with a 64-bit version of Windows Vista.

    Regards to mydigitallife on this one
    http://www.mydigitallife.info/2008/0...windows-vista/

    The advantage of x86(32bit) systems

    • Doesnt require a substantial amount of RAM to run it smoothly (eg-1-2GB)
    • all of the softwares are originally x86 made whereas in x64 systems u have to look for x64 softwares & drivers to take advantage of the platform
    • a wide amount of support is available for x86 systems including from drivers to softwares

    The advantage of x64(64bit) systems

    • Supports RAM greater than 4GB & can utilize efficiently
    • Intel Processors both have x86 & x64 instructions built on the CPU...& if a x64 version of an OS is used the CPU can take advantage of greater speed & also use memory efficiently
    • x64 drivers are surfacing fast...x64 drivers are jst as available as x86 ones
    • x64 systems are more secured & more optimized towards speed when coupled with 4GB+ RAM

    Bascially the main difference between x86 & x64 is the amount of RAM it supports
    likewise if u install 4GB TRAM in a x86 system....u will be limited to 3.25GB of usable RAM whereas if the same amount is installed in a x64 system...the total memory will be used aka 4GB & utilized to its maximum

    what I recommend it that...when having 2-3GB RAM...use a x86(32bit) ) OS...eg-Win-7 & Vista x86
    but when having 4GB+ RAM...definitely go for a x64 OS(in this case x64 of Vista or 7)

    hope I explained it all

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    Default Re: 32 bit and 64 bit oprtating system

    32 bit has 86 binary codes converting into 32 while x64 has no compression.

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    Default Re: 32 bit and 64 bit oprtating system

    Thanks @ dipanzan and others. its all clear to me now bro. thanx a lot.

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    Would go for x64 for future proofing

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    Default Re: 32 bit and 64 bit oprtating system

    For 2GB RAM, get 32bit

    For >3GB, get 64bit

    Its quite simple

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    yes bro...3 gb+ ram is made for 64bit softwares

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    Default Re: 32 bit and 64 bit oprtating system

    well its nice to have 64bit os with at least 4 GB ram so you can reduce page file size in OS.
    regards

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    Default Re: 32 bit and 64 bit oprtating system

    Asole sudhu 4GB er upor ram utilize korar jonnoi 64bit OS dorkar.echara onnano dik chinta korle 32 bit e valo.karon ete software support beshi

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    Quote Originally Posted by dramaviewer View Post
    Asole sudhu 4GB er upor ram utilize korar jonnoi 64bit OS dorkar.echara onnano dik chinta korle 32 bit e valo.karon ete software support beshi
    in terms of software support...64bit variants of Vista can perfect emulate the old 32bit ones that are still not supported by the x64 platform

    you guys are forgetting about one thing...64bit is optimized towards speed...& drivers are also making out just like the x86 variants...if not more optimized...granted that it still has a long way to go, but x64 bit is truely a remarkable platform...I m using 64bit for about a year now...& I find it a tad faster than it x86 counterpart

    if you guys have a hefty 3-4GB RAM...go straight for x64...you will not regret it...even XP x64 is also much more stable than it used, & XP users are also not neglected

    & if you are a Vista/7 user...x64 of these variants is far by the best OS build till today

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    And where i will get that x64 (pirated) OS disc? (vista/7)

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    Default Re: 32 bit and 64 bit oprtating system

    Ami always 64bit er use korte chai but HDD kom hoyar karone 32bit use korte hoy

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    How much disc space is needed?

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    Default Re: 32 bit and 64 bit oprtating system

    Quote Originally Posted by xeon View Post
    And where i will get that x64 (pirated) OS disc? (vista/7)
    IDB/ECS er onek shop e disc ase. R na pele amake janate paren.

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    Default Re: 32 bit and 64 bit oprtating system

    download kore neai valo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muradd9 View Post
    IDB/ECS er onek shop e disc ase. R na pele amake janate paren.
    i was wodering... How will i be so sure that itz 64bit? Should i ask them? Most of them looks stupid.

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    Default Re: 32 bit and 64 bit oprtating system

    Quote Originally Posted by xeon View Post
    How much disc space is needed?
    Win 7 64bit Setup er pore bluetooth,gpu,sound,physX,ms gameslive, audio video kodec,player, browser etc install korle 13~14gb lage amar.

    ---------- Post added at 23:59 ---------- Previous post was at 23:50 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by Sumon Datta View Post
    download kore neai valo.
    jodi valo internet speed thake ba smile\bdcom er line thake. Karon win7 er iso 3gb.

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    Default Re: 32 bit and 64 bit oprtating system

    Quote Originally Posted by Sumon Datta View Post
    download kore neai valo.
    Download korlei best.Specially if u can download it from Daruchini

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    Default Re: 32 bit and 64 bit oprtating system

    keo XP er 64bit er CD ta dao vai.........
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