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Windows 7 is the best incarnation of windows to date. It's user friendly, quick and responsive, and in general has fewer problems than windows Vista. Also, it's prettier, but it can easily be made to look like Vista or XP for convenience. I love it.
Do you need the 64 bit (x64) version or the 32 bit (x86) version?
- If you have 3 GB of RAM, memory, the 32 bit version is fine.
- If you have 4 GB of RAM or more, you need 64 bit or your computer won't be able to use all of it.
Is Home Premium enough?
Yes. You can check out the extra's of the more expensive versions, but that stuff is for use in companies and offices.
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Initial post: 20 Jan 2011 17:53:15 GMT
S. Arnold says:
Generally, it's better to go for the 64bit version, but first check that your processor is 64bit enabled. You can do this by downloading and running the Balarc Advisor from http://www.belarc.com/free_download.html
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