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Solved: Quick - How do I find my browser's bit (32 or 64)?

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by wicked.ludicrous, Feb 22, 2009.

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  1. wicked.ludicrous

    wicked.ludicrous Thread Starter

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    I was told to download Java RE in my other thread. But I don't know whether I have a 32 or 64-bit browser.
    How do I find it?
     
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    Do you mean 32 or 64 bit Operating System? Or are you referring to the Cipher Strength which should be 128. Most people running XP are using a 32 bit OS. Same goes for Vista. You are most likely using the 32 bit version.
     
  3. wicked.ludicrous

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    Yeah, I guess it's the Operating System...
    I didn't know..
    But I am running a XP computer, so how can I definitely make sure it's using a 32 bit OS?
     
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    yea i figured it out.
    unless a XP Home Version is actually a 64 bit, just pm me
    thanks guys
     
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