Windows 10 is the first Microsoft operating systems that is 64 bit “oriented”. This means that Microsoft has produced more Windows 10 64 bit OS than 32 bit and this also means that you will find a lot of software and programs in Internet that are made for 64 bit OS. Before installing a 64 bit software in your computer you should know that it requires a lot of memory, that it is also bigger than its 32 bit counterpart and that it might run slower due this special feature (if you don’t have enough memory). But how to know if your already installed software/program is 32 bit or 64 bit? Let’s see how to achieve this goal by using a little, simple trick in your Windows 10.
- Press Ctrl-Shift-Esc to open the Task Manager.
- On the Task Manager click “More Details”.
- Click the Details Tab
- Now, right-click the “Title Bar”. The Title Bar is the horizontal table containing all the tab’s names.
- A small menu will appear. Click “Select Columns”.
- From the new menu, tick the “Platform” option and click OK.
- A new column will appear on the Task Manager telling you what programs are 32 bit or 64 bit (this after clicking the “Details” tab).
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