Win 7 32bit or 64bit? Tags: RAM Graphics Cards Windows 7 Last response: March 5, 2010 3:48 PM in Windows 7 Share skwo March 5, 2010 10:02:46 AM Hello I got a pc with 4gb ram and integrated graphics card that going to use from 128mb to 256mb of the main memory. Should I install windows 7 32bit or 64bit? Thanks! More about : win 32bit 64bit isamuelson a b U Graphics card a b $ Windows 7 March 5, 2010 10:32:33 AM Because you have 4 gigs of ram, go for the 64-bit since it will be able to access all of the RAM. This gives you room to add more RAM if you want. 32-bit Windows cannot utilize all 4 gigs of memory. Therefore, anything beyond that is wasted and not used. skwo March 5, 2010 10:38:18 AM Yes I knew that, the reason I asked is because I have integrated video card so I dont really have access to 4GB. But anyway I think Ill install 64bit. Thanks! Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer sminlal a c 208 $ Windows 7 March 5, 2010 3:48:26 PM There really isn't a downside to using 64-bit, and it will allow you to expand your memory if you need to in the future (memory upgrades are often the cheapest and most effective thing you can do for performance). Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumChanging 32bit to 64bit Windows 7 using a Win7 installer from torrents ForumShould i use win 7 32bit or 64bit ForumNeed clarification and advice about upgrade XP 32-bit to Win 7 64-bit ForumXp 32bit or win 7 64bit and some questions. Forum[Solved] 32bit Program No longer Working On 64bit Win7 ForumWindows XP home edition 32bit transfer to Win 7 Pro 64bit Upgrade ForumWin 7 Home 32bit or 64bit ? ForumVista 32-bit install OEM Win7 64-Bit ForumWindows XP Pro 32bit to Win 7 Pro 64bit Upgrade ForumWin7 32bit on Drive "C:" and Win7 64bit on Drive "D:" ForumHow to transfer files from win7 64bit to win7 32bit ForumWindows XP Pro 32bit to Win 7 Pro 64bit Upgrade ForumWin xp 32bit is fine, but win7 64bit bsods constantly ForumWill Win 7 64-bit Recognize No-OS HD Formatted Under Win XP 32-bit ? Forum6GB, dual boot Win XP Pro ( 32-bit ) and Win 7 Ultimate ( 64-bit ) ForumCan I upgrade from 32-Bit WinXP Pro to 64-Bit Win7 Home Premium ? Forum"Reboot and select Proper boot device" ForumAfter Win 7 upgrade all files now read-only Forum[Solved] Driver for canon LBP2900 printer for windows7 64bit ForumRecent Items to Display (64bit) More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !