slewin at bmts.com
Sun Mar 16 13:02:43 UTC 2008
Neil Winchurst wrote:
> 2 If the answer to that is yes, are there good reasons to move to 64bit?
I have always read that the only reason to use a 64-bit OS is if you
want more than 3GB of RAM. Other than that I have herd no real good
reason to use a 64-bit OS.
> 4 Do many people on the list use it or are most still on 32bit?
Both my laptop and desktop have 64-bit chips and on both I use a
standard 32-bit system. I am very happy with 1GB of RAM in both and
don't need anymore than 3GB. 64-bit chips are still optimized to be
used in a 32-bit system and work just as good, if not better, than a
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