What are the differences between 10-bit and 32-bit Windows 64

Windows 32bit 64bit

As you know, Windows 10 has two different versions in this case, that are 32 or 64 bit. The most common is that it is the second one we have, the 64-bit one. Although users always seek to be able to verify this, which is something of importance when installing applications on the computer. Luckily checking it is easy.

Another of the great doubts that many users have is knowing if there are differences or what are the differences between Windows 10 32-bit and 64-bit version. Therefore, below we will tell you the differences that we find between these two versions, so that you can know more.

The main difference, or at least the fundamental basis it is found in the number of values. In the case of a 32-bit processor, 4.294.967.296 possible values ​​are offered. While in the case of a 64-bit processor, 18.446.744.073.709.551.616 are offered. This is a first important difference, although these two versions of Windows 10 have more differences.

Windows 10

In the case of the 32-bit system, we can handle up to 4 GB of RAM in this case, which for many cases can be quite limited. While in the case of having a 64-bit version, this increases up to 16 GB of RAM. We can expect better performance or power in this case.

On the other hand, in Windows 10 32-bit, the CPU can process 4 bytes of data in one cycle. In the case that we use the 64-bit system, it supports up to 16 exabytes in that cycle. This means that the processing power is optimized, in addition to the time it takes. It also allows us to run more applications at the same time.

In addition, Windows 10 can support up to 128GB of RAM in its Home version (512 GB in the Pro version). The normal thing is that the version with 64 bits will carry out a better management of the RAM. In addition, it is in this case when applications take advantage of their power, allowing them to work faster and more efficiently.


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  1.   Rafael said

    In my opinion, the main difference is that 64-bit is NOT compatible with 16-bit Windows applications, while 32-bit is.