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April 30, 2010 1:28:10 AM

Hey everyone, well im currently thinking on buying windows 7 Home Premium 64 bits, but my screen's highest color bit is 32. Will this software work anyway?. Thanks

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April 30, 2010 5:50:25 AM

RedMonarch said:
Hey everyone, well im currently thinking on buying windows 7 Home Premium 64 bits, but my screen's highest color bit is 32. Will this software work anyway?. Thanks



It's like comparing opposites. To have Windows 7 64 bit, your computer would need to be 64 bit capable and the general rule is if you don't know if it has that capability, it probably doesn't. Post back the make and model of your computer and someone will tell you whether it is or not. You can still have W7 but just choose the right version.
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April 30, 2010 6:02:14 AM

Hello,
Windows 64bit has NOTHING to do with Your 32bit Color Monitor.
The 32bit Color on Your Monitor is the DEPTH of the Color field...
The 64Bit Version of Windows has to do with specifies the girth of the registers when use in juxtaposition together with a microprocessor.
Not the Color Depth of the Monitor.
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April 30, 2010 6:22:27 AM

Saga Lout said:

the general rule is if you don't know if it has that capability, it probably doesn't.

I'd have to disagree with that statement. I'd say that nowadays, certainly if the computer is a couple of years old or less, the presumption is that it does have a 64-bit processor.
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April 30, 2010 6:24:33 AM

jimiznhb said:
Hello,
Windows 64bit has NOTHING to do with Your 32bit Color Monitor.
The 32bit Color on Your Monitor is the DEPTH of the Color field...
The 64Bit Version of Windows has to do with specifies the girth of the registers when use in juxtaposition together with a microprocessor.
Not the Color Depth of the Monitor.



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April 30, 2010 1:19:26 PM

I smell a troll.
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