Discussion in 'polls' started by Ibrad, Sep 9, 2010.
32bit or 64bit that is the question.
if you like to do photo, music and video editing no question you need 64bits
Windows 7 x64 here. I miss some of the great x86 utilities like DefenseWall and some very good antirootkits (diagnostic purpose). Now x64 is also vulnerable to rootkit attack.
Although i'm using x86, i prefer having x64 specially because of the RAM advantage
64-bit - security, stability and pretty good compatibility with 32-bit these days.
made the jump when i went from vista to win 7. all my programs run fine. i don't regret it all all.
Been 64bit for the past 2 years. No problems, no regrets.....
64 bit is my choice, mostly because of the Ram advantage, and with windows 7 there has become a good integration whit 32 bit programs. But sometimes I can have a a hard time finding 64 bit drivers,....... driving me so nuts that I wish me back to a 32 bit version. But you can get it all "Yet"
If you want more than 3Gb of RAM, you don't have a choice.
Can't tell the difference, except when using demanding applications 64 bit is faster. I can have either system installed within 8 minutes, although I use Vista 64 bit most of the time.
and gamers want 64bits since the first AMD 64 bit processors came to production
love my windows 7 64 bit machine
All the new Windows 7 machines I've seen have been 64bit versions. Not seen any 32bit models although I'm sure they must exist.
My Windows XP is 32bit. Not sure if XP does 64bit though.
yep XP have a very little known 64bits version but have too many compatibility issues with softwares
64-bit all the way (except on my netbook, poor Atom thingie can't handle 64-bit).
64 bit is the future and I'm using it.
32-bit and 64-bit Windows: frequently asked questions
32bit....but next system will be 64bit
64bit for sure!
32bit for sure!
Switched from x64 to x86 for greater compatibility and higher productivity
I'm currently using a 32-bit system (with 2 GB of RAM) but I'd surely have a 64-bit OS and 4 GB of RAM if I'd just have money for it. I do a lot of image editing, programming etc. RAM runs out pretty quickly when you have Firefox with 10 tabs open, 5 instances of Visual Studio running and also GIMP with a large image.
Been on 64 bit for 2 years now and wouldn't go back to 32....
Using both right now. Newer computers I buy will be 64-bit.
I like Win 7 64 bit a lot. 64 bit is the future, after all. Pity about some flash compatibility though!
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