I thought I'd sign up for the vista online classes at HP for the fun of it. (I'm not gonna learn anything from them) But I found this funny from lesson 1, and I quote... "Windows Vista is available in many different editions, each one uniquely equipped and priced. Most of these editions are also available in either 32-bit or 64-bit versions, depending on the type of CPU you have. (Most PCs use the 32-bit version; however, if you have a new computer with a 64-bit processor, select a 64-bit version.) " So, how come does HP kick out 32-vista with most of their prebuilt 64-bit machines? (Rhetorical question) I just thought it was funny in a sad kind of way!