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Kue2
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      01-10-2009
Where does it say what version you are running?
 
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Dennis Pack
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      01-10-2009
Kue2:
Go to the computer/system properties/system page.

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Bobby Johnson
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      01-10-2009
Go to the control Panel and open the System icon. Mine
states by System type "64-bit Operating system."

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Charlie Russel - MVP
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      01-11-2009
From a PowerShell window (or cmd window), Control.exe System - see System
Type:

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R. C. White
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      01-12-2009
Hi, Kue2.

My favorite way, ever since the Windows Logo key appeared on my keyboard,
along about Win98:

<Win>+<Break>

That is, use the <Win> like a <Shift> key while you press the <Pause/Break>
key - in the upper right of most keyboards.

The System Properties page will pop up in your face - and if it's a 64-bit
operating system, it will say so.

RC
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roman modic
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      01-13-2009
Hello!

"R. C. White" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> Hi, Kue2.
>
> My favorite way, ever since the Windows Logo key appeared on my keyboard,
> along about Win98:
>
> <Win>+<Break>
>
> That is, use the <Win> like a <Shift> key while you press the <Pause/Break>
> key - in the upper right of most keyboards.


>"Kue2" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message news:(E-Mail Removed)...
>> Where does it say what version you are running?


If your keyboard does not have "Win" key, you can type 64 into
the [Search programs and files] field in the start menu. If "Internet Explorer (64-bit)"
is in the list of programs, then you have w7 x64 ...

Cheers, Roman

 
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