How to Tell 64 Bit

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    Windows 7

    • 1). Close all applications on your computer.

    • 2). Click your "Start" button in the bottom left corner of your desktop.

    • 3). Scroll up and right click "Computer." Scroll down and hit "Properties."

    • 4). View the system type information that appears which will indicate whether you are on a 32- or 64-bit machine.

    Windows Vista

    • 1). Close all applications on your computer.

    • 2). Click your "Start" button in the bottom left corner of your desktop.

    • 3). Scroll up and click "Control Panel." Hit the "System and Maintenance" icon. Click "System."

    • 4). View the system type information that appears which will indicate whether you are on a 32 or 64-bit machine.

    Windows XP

    • 1). Close all applications on your computer.

    • 2). Click your "Start" button in the bottom left corner of your desktop. Click "Run" and type "winmsd.exe" and hit the "OK" button.

    • 3). Select "System Summary." Find your processor information under the "Item" column. If the processor value starts with "x86" then it is 32-bit. If it starts with "ia64" or "AMD64" then it is a 64-it machine.

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