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Windows 7 in 64-bit?

Windows 7 in 64-bit?

Postby Start Something » Sun Jun 28, 2009 9:31 pm

I thought that someone might have already brought this up but i did a search with no findings....

but i was wondering if anyone knows if microsoft will ship all versions of windows 7 with both the 32 and 64 bit editions or if it will just be ultimate that they will do this for just like Microsoft currently does with Vista? I pre-ordered Windows 7 Home premium a couple days ago for my laptop but it needs to be 64-bit so i was just wondering if i am going to have to order the 64-bit dvd after i get the software on October 22
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Re: Windows 7 in 64-bit?

Postby augie » Sun Jun 28, 2009 10:36 pm

Hi there, this is all I know ATM. More than likely if one buys a W7 Ult, then the DVD will contain a 64-bit as in Vista but I'm not sure.
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