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Why You Should Always Install 64-bit Windows

Why You Should Always Install 64-bit Windows

Author: Chris Hoffman / Source: howtogeek.com Microsoft still offers both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows 10. But, whether you’re installing Windows 10 or Windows 7, you should almost certainly skip the 32-bit version and get the 64-bit version...

Windows on ARM Doesn’t Make Any Sense (Yet)

Windows on ARM Doesn’t Make Any Sense (Yet)

Author: Chris Hoffman / Source: howtogeek.com Microsoft is launching new “Always Connected PCs” that pair Windows with smartphone-class ARM processors. These devices can run traditional Windows desktop apps and offer long battery life with cellular...

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