Will there be a 32bit support version?
You're definitely wrong on that front.Sorry no 32 bit plans - depends on your device but you should be able to install an x64 version of windows on your hardware I don't think there any chips made any more by Intel or AMD that cannot run x64 at all and they have not made an x86 (32bit cpu) only for a long long time (like > 15 years) - but I may be wrong on that assertion.
Most Windows license keys work on both 64bit and 32bit versions (though I know some that came with ultra cheap PC's are 32bit only).
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intel_Core_2Intel Core 2 Duo
Your cpu is 64-bit capable, you just need to reinstall Windows.Core 2 is a brand encompassing a range of Intel's consumer 64-bit x86-64 single-, dual-, and quad-core microprocessors based on the Core microarchitecture.
Your windows 7 32bit key is also valid for windows 7 64bit. You just need the physical disk...DELL D420 LAPTOP, NETBOOK ULTRA PORTABLE, 60GB HARDDRIVE, WIRELESS, WINDOWS 7
- Intel Core 2 Duo
- 1.5GB RAM
- 60GB Hard Drive
- Windows 7 32bit
That CPU should be 64 bit as well.Is it possible there could be support for a Windows 10 32-bit system in the future?
I ask, because I often like to use a very small, portable machine (that, admittedly isn't very powerful), but allows me to continue work when travelling.
The specs are as follows:
Lenovo IdeaPad 100s,
Windows 10 32-bit
2 GB RAM,
Intel Atom Z3735F @ 1.33, 1.33 GHz
I know it's asking a lot, as performance will be greatly diminished on such a low-spec machine.
I love my surface, best investment I have ever made, this said though the Acer Aspire Swith 10 is a pretty nice budget model. I bought it first because I didn't know if I would like a tablet type Windows machine, but after using I liked it a lot and took the plunge on the Surface. I only paid $250 for that one and it was pretty solid, I used it for GMS 1.4 and had no issues. My daughter is still using it for School.Darn. Well, thanks for the information anyway. I'm not disappointed, as I'm aware this is a fairly small part of your market.
I was going to invest in a surface pro, but the prices are eyewatering at the moment.
Considering GMS 1.4 games can run on XP, I doubt that changed in GMS 2, as it uses almost all the same runner code (as you can observe for yourself the 1.4 runners and 2 runners share most of the same exact bugs on all platforms).It would be hilarious if someone found a way to get it running on XP, since the games won't even work.
Yeahhhh don't worry about the business nor the costs... don't pay your workers... make your employees work more and make a 32bit version but don't pay them... also why don't you make GMS2 work on win95 and use only 200Mb of RAM...Damn!. YoYogames: You SHOULD to create a 32 bits versuin of gme2. I haven't a 64 bits PC. Only 32 bits!. You shouldn't worry about the Damn business and the Damn costs!!!
To be honest im still suprised 32bit OS's are still a thing!
Yes backwards compatibility is nice, and 64bit machines should run 32bit programs, but why manufacture 32bit machines in this day and age?
Im actually sort of looking forwards to an architectural rebirth, dropping some backwards compatibility, in favour for better designed systems. Yes it will be a mess for a while. But it could unlock so much more!