Discussion in 'Windows 64bit' started by QuantumUniverses, Sep 9, 2010.
In Windows 7 I have both: why not only 64 if the machine is 64 based?
There are many plug-ins (e.g. "Flash") that currently work only in 32-bit
So, if you want to retain your full IE features, you still need IE 32-bit.
Same goes for Windows Media Player: you have both.
Some codecs are still not available in 64-bit, but not many.
> In Windows 7 I have both: why not only 64 if the machine is 64 based?
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