How do I know Windows 32 or 64-bit
Does your computer support 64-bit work?
Are you using a 64-bit operating system to properly utilize all of the device’s resources,
The 64-bit version in Windows provides many features, for example, unlimited RAM, or away from going into details, since your device supports the 64-bit version.
You must upgrade, you will notice a big difference in performance in general.
The question is, how do you know the type of Windows 32 or 64?
Fortunately, there are many tricks and methods by which to know the type of Windows in the device and whether it is a (32-bit) or (64-bit) kernel in Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10.
Know the type of Windows 32 or 64 XP
- Using cmd
- From computer settings
- 64bit Checker
The first way is using cmd:
Types of Windows can be easily identified using the cmd command prompt. Just, do the steps below on your device and quickly you will get what you want:
- Open cmd
- Typeset pro in cmd and enter
- As shown in screenshot, the Windows kernel type appears
The second method of
If you prefer not to use cmd, here you can see the kernel in Windows through the computer settings itself by doing the following:
- Right-click on the My Computer icon in Windows
- Click on the last “Properties” option in the menu
- The Windows kernel appears instantly, as shown in the screenshot above.
The third method is by using the 64bit Checker tool
The last one with us in the blog is to know the type of kernel in Windows installed on your computer, which is using the 64bit Checker tool:
- Download the tool from the official site here
- After running the tool, it shows you the main type of kernel interface
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