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win 7 oem build version

by seabee65 / January 8, 2011 11:27 AM PST

I'm planning to buy it but need help deciding on 32 or 64bit. Any advice will be greatly appreciated. It'll be installed on its own h.d. so I'll have a dual boot system.

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The rules changed.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / January 8, 2011 11:40 AM PST
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win 7 oem
by seabee65 / January 9, 2011 2:28 AM PST
In reply to: The rules changed.

I am the customer & hope to modify the mpeg 4 files I took while cruising the mtns in Colorado. I was told 7 had updated their media player & could do more than in xp pro.

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I wouldn't write that.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / January 9, 2011 5:46 AM PST
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Have those that wrote that back it up. While I really enjoy the move to 64 bit, I have apps that use it.

As to the new OEM rule, some are very upset about not being able to find support from Microsoft for it. Now you know.
Bob

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There's n app for that
by seabee65 / January 9, 2011 11:16 PM PST
In reply to: I wouldn't write that.

So,,,,if I have no apps that use it, I don't need it or get it anyway for future use ?
Thanks for your replies, Bob.

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Even if you didn't.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / January 10, 2011 9:25 AM PST
In reply to: There's n app for that

It does open up the memory to the max for 32 bit apps. I can guess many want a thesis on 32 to 64 bit OS comparisons but you can get that on google. Here I'll go with the 64 bit and enjoy the move.
Bob

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