Resize 64 bit Operating System

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AuthorEASEUS   Category Basic Computing Guide   Comments0   Post Time 2008-11-03 05:07:47 -0500

Today, software tends to be written for a 32-bit processor which can meet the requirements of almost any end user. However, as for Server users, 32-bit processor is nothing like as good as 64-bit processor for a great number of huge files can be loaded with a 64 bit processor. That is why 64-bit machine comes into play for these companies and organizations with the access of huge number of data.
A computer with a 32 bit processor can use up to 4 GB of RAM (only with a capable motherboard) While 64-bit architecture will allow systems to address up to one terabyte (1000GB) of memory. One of the most attractive features of 64-bit processors is the amount of memory the system can support. With these resources, even a very large database can be cached in memory.
Some 32-bit applications make the transition to the 64-bit environment to meet the needs of Server users. Our commercial programs EASEUS Partition Manager, which performs perform basic and advanced partition operations on your computer without data loss, including: create and deleted partitions, resize and move partitions, format partitions, hide and unhide partitions, set active partition, etc., offer a full-fledged support of the 64-bit architecture. EASEUS Partition Manager Professional Edition works with Windows Vista 32 bit and 64 bit and the Server Edition is compatible with Windows Server 2000/2003 and non-server 2000/XP/Vista 32 and 64 bit systems which provides more comprehensive uses.

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