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posted by RayeR(R) Homepage, CZ, 30.09.2018, 21:55

> If no 32-bit program is running parts can be unloaded/swapped out. So even
> if you don't get the number of 32-bit processes back to zero, there is
> still reason to minimize it, leading to a lower memory load on average.

OK, I understand this. But it still doesn't explain that 64-bit means generaly better. I see that only small amount of apps really utilize 64-bit. For me I don't see this so important so still running 32-bit OS and apps...

DOS gives me freedom to unlimited HW access.


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