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Comparison video, in this video I am comparing 32-bit and 64-bit Editions of Windows.
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Alright, kind of a big thing going on right now with Vista and XP, a 32-bit edition or the 64-bit edition. And I know there’s a lot of videos out there on YouTube right now that go into this. So, there’s another one you can add to that list.
Right now, I am in 64-bit desktop and that’s because I have 4 gig RAM and if you can see here that was always because the typical memory available to windows is 3,144,308 K which is about 3 gig—order that’s 8-gig but it was here on our first installed windows. Well, whatever I really don’t need it. And then also here, when you open this, you can see it is 64-bit Vista with 4 gig of RAM.
Now, one thing I notice is that 64-bits vista really eats your hard disk space. This is a 120 gig hard drive and I’m using 39 gig. Usually, I’m using about 19 gig, so this is insane I’m using this one. And here’s why, when I browse the C drive, there is two programs file X86 or 32-bit and then the 64-bit. Not very many programs are made for 64-bit so it has to run them in a compatibility mode not only that this takes RAM but it takes hard disk space to have two different program file. As you can see the 32-bit program file, that’s 2.26 gig. The 64-bit program file, that’s 538 gig, kind of a big difference. Also 64-bit vista seems to take longer well starting up and it uses quite a bit more RAM.
Go over to performance here and you can see I’m using 1.31 gig and I’m sending here let’s see. Look I’m uploading to YouTube, okay, good. I have a window over here, let’s close that. Okay. There you see a Penmac, that’s great. It’s eating RAM, I don’t know what’s up with this. Now, do I suggest it? No, unless you want to have a lot of RAM because 32-bit can theoretically only support 3 gig. Well, looks like my 64-bit can only use about 3 gig here too. But that’s beside the point.
So anyways, go to 64-bit for speed? No. Go to it because you need the RAM? Yes. Now, you can even buy 64-bit in the store. I don’t think. You have to get 32-bit, go to Microsoft and have it swap out and I’ll send you something for 10 bucks. And that’s what I did, this is ultimate. So again, I don’t suggest that you must need 4 or more gig brand which the average user doesn’t need but don’t go to it for speed and performance because it sucks with that. It is just that, so thanks for watching and good luck—