Advanced Options, either 32-bit or 64-bit for Office Home and Student 2010

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In the Advanced Options, I have to choose from either 32-bit or 64-bit for Office Home and Student 2010. What does this mean exactly?

Home and Student 2010

Advanced Options

Office Home and Student 2010

64Bit Select 32-bit or 64-bit

Windows Installer:

64-bit installations of Microsoft Office 2010 products are available for users who commonly use very large

documents or data sets, and allows each Office 2010 program to access greater man 2GB of memory.

Before choosing to download and install a 64-bit version of your Office 2010 product, please note:

You must be running a supported 64-bit operating system

(Verity you have a 64-bit operating system by right-clicking "Computer” from your Start menu and selecting

Properties’)

• Windows 764-bit

• Windows Server 2008 R2 64-bit

• Windows Vista SPI 64-bit

• Windows Server 2008 SP1 64-bit

• 64-bit versions of Office 2010 products are not compatible with 32-bit Office add-ins

• 32-bit Office products and 64-bit Office products cannot be installed on me same computer

You cannot perform and in-place upgrade from any previous version of an Office product to a 64-bit Office

2010 product. Instead you will need to uninstall all previous versions of Office products before installing a

64-bit version of your Office 2010 product

 

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Advanced Options, either 32-bit or 64-bit for Office Home and Student 2010

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Hi,

According to your question, here are the answer which might help you out. 

The 64-Bit is latest computer architecture. Before that the computer architecture was 32-Bit.

32-bit vs 64-bit

The 32-Bit architecture there was a memory limitation problem, which is overcome with the 64-Bit.

Faster than 32 bits

Also with the 64-Bit the large file can run easily than 32-bit and the memory cache are also larger than the 32-Bit system.

64-Bit the large file can run easily than 32-bit and the memory cache are also larger than the 32-Bit system.

So it’s good to go with the 64-Bit rather than the 32-Bit.

I hope this information helps you out. 

Good luck.

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