LEGAL Windows 7 Download Links (Just like Vista before!!!)

Discussion in 'Windows OS and Software' started by timtravel42, Oct 23, 2009.

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  1. mtarm1

    mtarm1 Notebook Evangelist

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    no offence but they are both silly questions... yes of course you have to buy it and yes you can use 32bit apps but not the drivers.
     
  2. Ramzii

    Ramzii Notebook Evangelist

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    Is it even worth it installing 64bit with 2 gb ram?
     
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    Probably not but why not grab another 2GB stick and have the best of both worlds?
     
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    Sure why not? There is no significant performance increases going 4GB x86 to 4gb x64.

    At the same time, there is no significant performance decrease going 2GB x64 to 2GB x86.
     
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    timtravel42 Notebook Virtuoso

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    I would say that if everything you have is compatible, then definitely go with x64 - there's nothing to lose
     
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    Lawcheehung Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hey I have 2gb of ram with Windows 7 x86, tried out x64 and there is little to no visible performance difference

    (Actually you may see some very slight faster speeds if you do alot of cpu intensive work such as archiving files/rendering etc) seeing as with 4gb the difference is not that huge, 2gb will be even less
     
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    That is ridiculous that the hosting page makes you jump through hoops to download a file.

    Here is the file for the time being:



    EDit: The file download on sharebee.com is working, just select one of the download links to download the file, i.e. RapidShare.
    Earlier when I tried it after reading your post, sharebee.com wanted me to take a 10 minute survey before it would let me try and download the file. When I tried to cancel out, it threw me into an advertising blitz that I couldn't get out of without closing down IE. It appears to be working now but I will leave my attached file for the time being.

    Edit 2: Removed attached file as OP says sharebee.com links are working again.
     
  9. timtravel42

    timtravel42 Notebook Virtuoso

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    Oops, I didn't notice that sharebee had so many ads... Adblock Plus is too good :p

    I'll upload it to a more reputable multiuploader soon
     
  10. Rino_Bheng

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    hi, it's not clearly mentioned or maybe i just couldn't find it but this solution can't be run from an XP laptop?

    i get errors in XP when running the .EXE file to extract the files. a permission error.
     
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