first version of Windows for PCs, which was officially released in 64 at-bats, was the Windows XP.At that time, in 2005, the system became rather crude, and not so many programs were willing to work in the new 64-bit mode.However, most of the 32-bit versions of legacy applications continued excellent work in this version of the operating system.But stability still was unsatisfactory.
Today, almost all processors are available with specific support 64-bit mode.So if your computer is promoted 3-4 years ago, it is highly likely the processor inside it is ready to work with the 64-bit version of Windows.
Most programs have got a 64-bit version, but you can still use the 32-b
it releases them.Strict adherence bit versions of operating systems and programs require basically only antiviruses.
What will you move to 64-bit?The only notable advantage is the system's ability to work with more memory, more than 4 GB.This allows applications on your computer work faster.The rest of the advantages of 64-bit operating system is less noticeable normal user, and improve performance relating to heavy programs such as Adobe Photoshop.