N/APosted on - 10/03/2014
What are the common features between 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows Vista and Windows 7? Are there also any unique features and operations amongst them? I wish to install one of these versions on my computer but would like to be advised on that. Can one upgrade from one version to the other? Thank you.
32-bit and 64-bit Version of Windows Vista and Windows 7
Register means a small amount storage used by the CPU where the CPU keeps the data it needs to access within the quickest amount of time in order to increase the computer performance. It is actually register is the agent between RAM and CPU. The bit label refers to the capacity of the register. Thus a 64 bit register can hold more data than a 32 bit register. A 32 bit version is capable of supporting storage capacity of 4096 MB while the 64 bit version is capable of storing 17 billion GBs. Thus 64 bit version is more preferable than 32 bit in case of both windows 7 and windows vista. See more.