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How many bits is XP Home?

 
 
Tim
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      10th Jul 2003
Can't find this info anywhere.

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Nicholas
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      10th Jul 2003
Once installed, Windows XP will use approx. 1.5GB of hard disk space initially.


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purplehaz
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      10th Jul 2003
Asked and answered already. Please check your first post before posting
again.

You have 32 bit. The 64 bit version of XP only runs on Intel Itanium
processors which
are VERY expensive. The computers they run on *start* at 3-4 thousand
dollars.
Normal everyday users have 32 bit xp.

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Malvern
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      10th Jul 2003
To find it for your own installation, go to My Computer and open Drive C.
Right click the WINDOWS folder and select "Properties" in the resulting
menu. The dialog box will take a few seconds to completely count stuff but
the final figure should be between 1.5-2 GB.

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EGMcCann
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      10th Jul 2003
Possible answers:
1. All of them.
2. One CD.
3. 32.
4. Depends on what's installed.
5. Several, if you count the packaging materials.
6. Many programs, DLLs, text files and the like comprise XP Home, and I'm
not about to count 'em all.

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