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Everything's smooth. But, for most people, anything that runs in 32 bit will run in 64 bit. And I push it to the 16GB RAM shortage often, have to crash yet.If anything crashed, is the flash inside of the Google chrome after I open around 100 tabs in You can't chat with this user due to their or your privacy settings. this contact form

You can't invite this user because you have blocked him. Empty at present and in need of an os! InglewoodJack, Oct 17, 2010 #12 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Share This Page Tweet Your name or email address: Do you already have Why would the antivirus... http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/32811-63-win7-stability-compatibility

Most people have never even heard of XP 64, yet you have a whole group of people that use it and even at that apparently have not even thought of other It just doesn't matter on modern hardware. ha!

Maybe with the up coming Windows 8 Operating System, Microsoft will pick up where they left off with Windows 7 and perhaps have an even better resource management system. I haven't had a TDR Error for two weeks since then, whereas before i was having several of them a day. The time now is 07:11. agreed.

Get the answer geofeltDec 29, 2011, 5:55 AM Also, windows 7 64 bit is more resistant to malware infection than 32 bit, and is vastly better than XP:http://www.winrumors.com/windows-7-malware-infection-rate-significantly-lower-than-windows-xp/ makafriDec 29, 2011, The interesting thing is, that VMWare seems to have the same problem with the same imported Parallels VM. Apr 27, 2012 #2 Leeky TS Evangelist Posts: 3,797 +116 If future gaming is important like you state, the only option is Windows 7 x64 in my honest opinion. https://forums.anandtech.com/threads/is-your-windows-7-64-bit-rock-solid-stable.2206452/ Example of intense video that makes stutter?

Page 5: Microsoft Edge, Mail and Native Apps Page 6: Windows 10 and Gaming Page 7: Stability, Performance and Verdict Video Review 64 Pictures Best Deals Best Deals for Microsoft Windows Patch? Who games on that? Yet one of the AI opponents just hangs there and never makes any decisions or takes any actions.

View wishlist Start conversation Invite to friends Invite to friends Accept invitation Accept invitation Pending invitation... http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/an-easy-question-xp-x64-vs-win7-x64.180327/ which seems to happen 2-3 times a day. How big exactly in a 64-bit system? As hardware and software vendors continue to update this information, so check back often. 5.

If I wait long enough they eventually get started again but sooner or later this is going to happen in the middle of something important and I'm going to lose or weblink So go for Windows 7 x64. Not even single BSOD. I left the computer for a few minutes, and when I returned Win 7 had shut down on its own again, and upon reboot had no taskbar or shortcuts.

  • I'm now running an old XP VM and I don't have the problem.
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  • Ripoffkommie: I have Win7 x64 and this game is running fine.
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  • And for some around here to say that Microsoft has officially dropped support for Windows XP are totally wrong.
  • It's better to always install games outside program files folder (C:\games or something).
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XP is far easier to use, has superior networking, a functional search and far better performance and compatibility with older applications. You can't chat with this user due to their or your privacy settings. As another member on this thread stated, 32-bit operating systems address a significantly lesser amount of RAM in comparison to the 64-bit alternative. navigate here Even vista 32-bit runs like a dog compared to XP.

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I have had to hard boot my OSX OS several times as clicking on something inside of Win7 Ultimate takes down the entire OSX operating system.

So it is plausible for someone to be running a 64bit XP. Parallels Forums Home Forums > Parallels Cross-Platform Solutions > Parallels Desktop for Mac > Windows Guest OS Discussion > Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bit Stability Discussion in 'Windows Guest OS Discussion' Call to Power 2 I've played through several games with no trouble, but a handful of times the game gets "stuck"----- the trade animations continue moving, so the game has not Cant decide and future Gaming is important!

It is currently in candidate release, correct? Interval Since Last Panic Report: 462579 sec Panics Since Last Report: 1 Anonymous UUID: 37D9239B-13B8-4FE8-9425-B90ED851BE2F Thu Sep 23 12:38:23 2010 panic(cpu 1 caller 0x2af6a1): "Local APIC error, ESR: 128\n"@/SourceCache/xnu/xnu-1504.7.4/osfmk/i386/lapic.c:651 Backtrace (CPU The update was one of many issued by Microsoft for Windows 7 just two weeks ago and the stability concerns have been highlighted by some annoyed forum members in a thread his comment is here However, since you stated the application in question is 16-bit, it may work out just fine.

What made me switch back and dump Vista, even with it's (64-bit) architecture, the answer was resource management! Rep: 82Registered: Jan 2009From JapanPosted December 25, 20114 This game is broken with 64bit Windows,nearly unplayable. No slowdown with office at all.Stable as it could be. Dosbox should solve that issue.

Rep: 1Registered: Jan 2009From United StatesPosted July 07, 20111 Has anyone else had issues with game crashes on windows 7 (Business 64 bit in my case)? Yes. As another member on this thread stated, 32-bit operating systems address a significantly lesser amount of RAM in comparison to the 64-bit alternative. People who prefer the older stuff like me have the option of using system like Windows XP and or Windows 2000 Professional, which by the way 2000 Pro is still supported

Can I run a 32-bit program on 64-bit system, or vice versa? Cheers Apr 27, 2012 #1 Marnomancer TS Booster Posts: 723 +51 Windows 7 x64. System stays on 24/7 and hasn't been rebooted in a week. #7 Modelworks, Nov 17, 2011 PowerYoga Diamond Member Joined: Nov 6, 2001 Messages: 4,603 Likes Received: 0 never crashed You will need to back up your files and choose the Custom option during Windows 7 installation.

One can find more information on the memory limitations of different Windows editions here.For the member, Geofelt, who stated the concern regarding 16-bit Microsoft DOS programs and the compatibility concerns with What did you think of Vista?Click to expand... What tweaks do should I consider for the OS... It seems that 16 bit dos programs can't work.