Re: The difference between Windows Vista 32-bit and 64-bit
> i would recommend you pick 32 bit for now, 64 bit isn't compatible with
> that many programs yet.
I run both in a dual boot. I could be picked up on it, but 64 is
backward compatible with most 32 bit programs on the market, but, of
course, without any real advantage. The problem is rather, hardware
Using my own (lack of) benchmarking skills, in its present form, I can
detect no speed or other advantage in running 64 bit.