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And as this wasn't enough all Vista editions support both 32-bit and 64-bit architectures.However, the one downside of Microsoft's luxuriant offerings with Windows Vista is the inherent consumer confusion.
Hi guys I currently running on window vista ultimate 32 bit so far had no problem what so ever for past 6 month with vista 32 bit everything works perfect.In other words, the user wants to if it’s possible to upgrade from x86 flavor of Windows 7/8.1 to x64 flavor of Windows 10. One can’t perform an in-place or direct upgrade from 32-bit Windows 7/Windows 8.1 to 64-bit Windows 10.In simple words, if you want to upgrade to 64-bit architecture of Windows 10 by upgrading the current 32-bit Windows 7/8.1 installation by keeping installed programs and your data, it’s not possible at all.However, if you don’t mind performing a clean install of Windows 10 after completing the upgrade, you could upgrade to Windows 10 64-bit.But before that, make sure that your PC’s processor supports 64-bit operating system with the help of a free tool called 64bit Checker.Ever since Microsoft officially announced the launch date for its upcoming Windows 10 operating system and started allowing users of previous Windows versions to register for the free upgrade, we have been getting tens of emails every day with variety of questions.
We have already let you know that it’s possible to upgrade to Windows 10 without losing data and keeping most of installed programs.
"This behavior occurs because Windows operating system upgrades are supported only between matching operating system architectures.
A 32-bit version of Windows XP does not recognize the 64-bit Windows Vista installer engine," Microsoft explains in 930891, and states that a custom installation is the only option for users that still want to use an upgrade 64-bit edition of Vista with their 32-bit Windows XP.
Windows Vista comes to the market in an array of flavors.
In addition to the core Windows Vista editions Home Basic, Home Premium, Business and Ultimate, Microsoft is also offering the Starter and Enterprise versions, as well as two variants for the European market of Home Basic and Business.
I have 3gb of ram, an intel e6700(that is 64 bit capable), I run Vista 32 bit and want to be able to use more ram I want this version of windows 8