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What's the difference between 32 & 64 bit Windows for hardware [duplicate]

What's the difference between 32 & 64 bit Windows for hardware [duplicate]

What is the difference between the 32 and 64 Windows? To move to 64 bit, does that mean just different software, or does it also require different hardware? Like what? And is any hardware able to be used for both?

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when comes to 32 bit which it will transfer the data in 32 bit and 64 bit is of 64 bit data transfer the architecture of 32 bit and 64 bit is different. if we want to use the 64 bit operating system the motherboard and processor must be capable of 64 bit processing then only we can install the 64 bit operating system. 32 bit operating system can only supports upto 3.4 gb of ram and 64 bit operating system can supports from 4 gb to some extent depends upon the operating system we used it may supports from 192 gb to 2 tb