Selecting between 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Exchange 2007

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I'm torn in between 32 –Bit and 64-Bit versions. I'm perplexed as to whether I need to install just  one or both of them for I have Exchange 2007 which came with both? 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #109622

Selecting between 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Exchange 2007

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Hello, barretti.

i would like to say 07 is properly work for both system. if you want to make both system in your PC then it will perform slowly as your processor. 32-bit is better for 2007 resolutions. Torn over 32- and 64 bit  this version you have to format your PC. or change manually go start menu Control panel…or direct personalize>>Display>> Screen Resolution>> Advance settings>>Monitor >True color then you have to select 32 bit or 64 bit.

 

If you no need to go this way try install the graphic card in combined set up. or graphic connector from sharing PC.then you don't feel like perplex. i think you may get your solution.

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Selecting between 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Exchange 2007

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32 bit program support a memory of 32 bit at a time and it is slow in using your computer while the 64 bit program uses a 64 bit memory to see your computer memory and is more faster and can be used on different situations. But you need to know what are your requirements. Most of programs in a window supports the 32 bit version of the window and most uses 64 bit of memory to access the program and that's the basic different in both cases. I will suggest you a 64 bit program because it is more fast and easy in all of window cases but if you require to install some other software on your computer such as you also want to install 32 bit programs then you must need to install 32 bit version to run such program and then these programs will work fine on your computer. I hope you will be now able to choose your desired version.
 

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