Windows 7 Tags: Configuration Windows 7 Computers Last response: November 22, 2012 10:34 PM in Windows 7 Share washington2522 November 22, 2012 9:38:52 PM i have the windows 7 32 bit . I'm wondering if it's safe to run it on a 64 bit computer? More about : windows CDdude55 a b $ Windows 7 November 22, 2012 10:30:34 PM Yes it's fine. Basically all modern computers run 64-bit capable CPU's. And actually x86 based CPU's are 32-bit to it's core (or 16-bit if you go further back), just with 64-bit extensions tacked on. m 0 l Brett928S2 a b $ Windows 7 November 22, 2012 10:34:14 PM triplicate post m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedNew PC can I install Windows 7 from a USB Disk Drive? Forum SolvedWindows 7 or Windows 8.1 Forum SolvedWindows 7 won't detect my Seagate Barracuda even though BIOS and Device Manager pick it up. Forum SolvedBlack screen after Windows 7 logo after installing graphic drivers? Forum SolvedWindows 7 Ultimate Upgraded For Free Bug? Forum Solvedinstalling windows 7 onto my desktop help Forum SolvedReplacing Windows 8 with Windows 7 Forum SolvedProcesses in Windows Task Manager after a clean install of Windows 7-64 bit Forum SolvedWindows 7 not recogning full hard drive space Forum SolvedWindows 7 Can't See 2nd HDD Forum SolvedWindows 8.1 Driver for Nvidia GPU 7 Series Forum SolvedNetwork Adapter and ethernet controller missing after windows 7 ultimate upgrade HELP!!! Forum SolvedFirst gaming pc, any suggestions and which is better windows 7 or 8.1? Forum SolvedWindows 7 or Windows 8 for old laptop? Forum SolvedInstalling Windows 7 Via Flash Drive (Old HDD) Forum SolvedDoes SLMGR -REARM command reset upon reinstallation? (Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit SP1 OEM) Forum SolvedTransfering windows 7 from a laptop harddrive to a desktop ssd Forum SolvedHow to move files from SSD to HDD on windows 7? Forum SolvedDear Sir, i have a operating system windows 7 ultimate my hard disk is not recognized so i want to format it Forum SolvedWindows 7 refuses to load Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !