The HP 7747c PC support Windows 7 64 bit?

Can I upgrade to windows 7 64 bit?


According to the specifications of product for your PC, you should be able to run W7 x 64 with no problems.

I recommend you max memory to 4 GB (PC2-5300 or PC2-6400 whichever is cheaper) as a 64-bit operating system requires more memory to run a 32 bit OS.  No double, but more.

There is no benefit to running a 64 bit OS when you have 4 GB or less of memory - especially in your model of PC.

Unless you have 64 bit programs that can take advantage of a 64 bit OS, or your PC can take more than 4 GB of memory (you can't) which would be the main reason to upgrade to a 64 bit OS.

Also to check, run the W7 Upgrade Advisor. It should report any problems.


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