people please help my computer is 64 bit and i don't know which games work on it
In regards to PC game compatibility, I wouldn't be as concerned with your computer architecture and would be more focused on the technical specifications of your computer's hardware. The main components that are going to determine if your computer can play certain games (in order of most important to least) is your GPU, CPU, and RAM.
Almost all the games released would work on a 64bit OS.
How well the game works depends on the system.
Some games may not work good on 64bit versions of an OS, for example-
Windows 7 64 bit OS has issues with Fallout 3.
For me it freezes or crashes after 5-10min play time. After I changed the compatibility mode from Win XP SP3 to Vista SP2 I could play half of the game with no issues but then it start happening again. All the error messages are windows related. 4 years after Crysis release, when I finally got a PC that can max out Crysis (all very high, 16xAA, 16xAF @1440x900), I can't play it... better half than nothing...
Hi guys; I've been suffering under Memory Leak issues. I've recently attempted to play both Empire Total War and Shogun 2 Total War - both of which are obviously heavy on requirements anyway. I'm desperate for any particular methods I should utilizes to try and seek out an answer to this fault and it's really quite frustrating. Any help you all could provide would be much appreciated; it doesn't do my gaming ego any good not being able to play these games properly
I have too 64bit but I use Win7 32-bit work easier for the game and windows
Not really man. A 32 bit OS is going to hamper your RAM utilization. Especially with any games you may be playing in dx9. Although I'm sure windows 32 bit will play some games fine it won't make your games or the OS "work easier" in comparison to 64 bit.