Why Does 64-Bit Windows Need Two Program Files Folders — Program Files & Program Files (x86)

in 2005, Microsoft launched both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows operating system. This was done to support new 64-bit CPUs. The 64-bit CPUs have the ability to work with large numbers and access more memory. If you’re running 64-bit Windows operating system, you might have noticed that your PC has two Program Files folders. … Continue reading Why Does 64-Bit Windows Need Two Program Files Folders — Program Files & Program Files (x86)

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