what is the difference between windows xp and windows 64 bit edition. And which one is better.
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Windows64 can use the extra power in the new 64-bit CPUs from AMD and Intel. Windows XP is 32-bit, so it basically can't use the extra.
Win64 is really only useful if you also have 64-bit applications to run on it. It is likely that 32-bit apps [probably 99+% …
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