upgrading windows 7 32-bit to 64-bit windows 10

Hi, I have windows 7 32 bit installed on my labtop, I tried to install oracle 12 c but no managed error message told me that need 64-bit instead of 32-bit windows, so please I need to install 10 64-bit windows, what is the solution? Thank you

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