What is meant by 32bit or 64bit OS?
I actually want to ask that What is this 32/64 bit?
32 bit and 64 bit just to refer to the computers processor and how much information it can handle. For example a 64bit OS can handle large amounts of RAM more efficiently than a 32bit system. This gives 64bit an upper hand in processing. However not all 32 bit programs are compatible with 64 bit so even in a 64bit OS they will run in native 32bit mode.
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