Re: (Vista) How do I upgrade my 32 bit Home Premium to 64 bit?
I am a little peeved that I only got a 32-bit DVD when I purchased it. It didn't much matter then because my rig had 3gb RAM, so I was good with 32-bit.
I spent $239 on this OS, and I like to wring every red cent out of a purchase that I can. I've learned how to optimize Vista quite well (with regards to services and UI), so I still like it as an OS.
Hm, I did just notice that there's a little "Need CDs instead of a DVD? Need 64-bit instead of 32-bit?" brochure. Looks like for a small charge I can get the 64-bit version.
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