Re: 32bit vs 64bit
That explains a lot,
"Mark H" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Completely depends on what you use your machine for:
> Typical word processing, e-mail and a few games: stay with x86.
> Video editing, rendering, large database manipulations or strong number
> crunching: move to x64
> Like to fiddle around: move to x64
> If you only use 32-bit applications, stick with x86. (There is a slight
> overhead in processing 32-bit on a 64-bit system.)
> x64 is stable, actually maybe a little more stable since all drivers have
> be signed,
> allows you to use more than 4GB of memory (which means less paging, if
> that's happening now.)
> but there are still a few devices (not many) that are not supported.
> I went x64 when Vista came out and have never looked back.
> "Badger" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> What's the advantage of using 64bit on my machine instead of 32bit?