Windows XP 32 Bit Or 64 Bit
There is a few information that doesn’t really make sense during the installation but comes off as a very important piece of information after the installation is complete. One such information is the bit rate. Determining if your Windows XP 32 bit or 64 bit is crucial when it comes to installation of device drivers for the software, or even for a considerable number of software. Though XP usually comes in a 3bit package, 64bit is also available for an XP Operating system. So, it is only reasonable to check if the so installed Windows XP 32 bit or 64 bit.
Please follow the procedure given below to find it out.
- Please click start, and then click on the “Control Panel” option.
- Click on the Performance and Maintenance option. Please note that classic view control panel doesn’t support this option. If at all you have a control panel in classic view, double click or click and hold on the system icon, and it’ll take right to the step four.
- In performance window, please select the system link.
- Locate the Systems are once the System properties windows is expanded, and click it open.
Under the systems tab you just opened, you’ll find either of this two –
Microsoft Windows XP Professional Version [year] / Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition Version [year], which tells the bit rate of the Windows XP Operating system you’ve been using. There are no 64-bit versions of Windows XP Home or Windows XP Media Center Edition, so in case you are using any of these two, don’t bother to check all these, you are using a Windows 32bit.
Just like seeing if your Windows XP is a 32bit or 64bit operating system, the same can be determined for other operating systems as well. But, the steps are a bit different. Keep following our blogs to know how to find it for other different Operation System. For more information visit us at microsoft-help-desk.com or ring us at 1-855-559-2230.