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How do I tell what Operating System I am running and whether it is a 32 bit or a 64 bit?

It is good to know what Operating System you are using when running PC Study Bible. This can help Technical Support determine possible solutions for any problem you might come across.

Click on the Operating System below to find system information:

Windows XP
Vista and Windows 7
Windows 8 and RT

Windows XP

  1. Click on Start to open the Start Menu.
  2. Take your cursor to My Computer.
  3. Right click to make a list appear.
  4. Click on Properties and a secondary window will come up.
  5. In the area under where it says System it will say Microsoft Windows XP.
  6. If you see x64 underneath that, then you are running a 64 bit system.

Vista & Windows 7

  1. Click on Start to open the Start Menu.
  2. Take your cursor to Computer.
  3. Right click to make a list appear.
  4. Click on Properties and a secondary window will come up.
  5. In the area under where it says Windows edition it will say Windows Vista or Windows 7.
  6. In the area called System, look for System type and this will tell you if your computer is a 32 bit or a 64 bit.

Windows 8 & RT

  1. Go to the Start Screen.
  2. Start typing in Computer on your keyboard.
    Note - Your system will know you are searching for something. If 2 options for Computer come up, choose the first one; if you can't continue with these steps, then try clicking on the second one and see if you can continue.
  3. Right click with your mouse or press and hold, if you don't have a mouse, on Computer.
  4. Click or tap on Properties and a secondary window will come up.
  5. In the area under where it says Windows edition it will say Windows Vista or Windows 7.
  6. In the area called System, look for System type and this will tell you if your computer is a 32 bit or a 64 bit.
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