Originally Posted by Toss3
There's a 64-bit version of 7-Zip and there is no reason to stick with 32-bit as 64-bit is in most cases as fast or faster. There are already a plethora of applications that support 64-bit, and as more users move on to the 64-bit environment the support for it grows!
Maybe in the future, for now x86 has been working fast for me and I can print
As for losing 700MB of memory I dont really care tbh. Whats 700MB or ram worth these days, $6? lol.