How do check running a 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows?


When you are looking to update your Drivers, or other software, you will need to know about  a 32-bit of 64-bit version of Windows. The problem may be a mismatch between the 34-bit and 64-bit versions of the Drivers and your version of Windows.

All editions of Windows 7, Vista and XP are available in 32-bit versions, and most editions of Windows 7, Vista and XP Professional are available in 64-bit.

 

Windows 764bit-checker

1. select Start > Control Panel
2. select System and Security (click System icon if this is not visible)
3. select System link
4. in View basic information about your computer window, view System Type under System heading
5. under System Type you will see if you are running a 34-bit or 64-bit version

Windows Vista

1. select Start > Control Panel
2. select System and Maintenance (click System icon if this is not visible)
3. select System link
4. in View basic information about your computer window, view System Type under System heading
5. under System Type you will see if you are running a 34-bit or 64-bit version

Windows XP

1. select Start > Control Panel
2. select Performance and Maintenance (click System icon if this is not visible)
3. select System link
4. in System Properties window, view System (General tab)
5. under System heading you will see if you are running a 34-bit or 64-bit version

 

 

 

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2 thoughts on “How do check running a 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows?

  1. Lisa November 17, 2016 at 5:54 pm Reply

    It’s a very nice post,Thanks for sharing such a informative info

  2. Dell printer support March 20, 2017 at 6:07 am Reply

    Thanks to share this helpful information and i liked it also…keep sharing these type of information.

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