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urbanriot
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Re: [WIN7] Moving from 32 to 64bit??

You're an exception to the rule as it's certainly not "all or nothing", you can install 32-bit Microsoft Office if you use some bizarre Outlook add-ins that aren't supported in x64. Heck, Microsoft Office 2010 installs 32-bit by default...

Most new PC's and laptops have been x64 since around 2nd quarter 2009.