You’ve heard about 32-bit processors and 64-bit processors. Today we will discuss the differences between 32-bit processors and 64-bit processors and about what the special facilities are. The 64-bit processor first came in 2003 with the AMD computer for computers. And just 10 years later, Apple opened its own Apple iPhone 7, which was a 64-bit processor, in its 2013 iPhone 5S. And from now on 2014, 2015 and today you will notice that almost every phone specification indicates that the processor of that phone is 32 bits or 64 bits. So in this situation, for a common customer, it is very important to know that what is the difference between the 32-bit processor and the 64-bit processor and how we can compare it. So today I will tell you about 3 points that allow you to differentiate between that 2 types of processors very well.

Memory Addressing

difference between 32 bit and 64 bit processor

The first point that will be discussed is Memory Addressing. Here memory refers to RAM. A 32-bit processor can only work with 4GB RAM. If you use more than 4GB of RAM on your phone or on your computer, you will need to use a 64-bit processor. Why this is so, 32 bits in a 32-bit processor. That is, there are 32 such qualities which can be changed by different aliens, 0 and 1. And these 32 likes can store up to 4 GB of memory addressing only. Where a 64-bit processor can store 16 billion gigabytes of memory addressing. Maybe in the next 4-5 years, there will not be so much memory, but if you use more than RAM on 4GB, you will definitely need a 64-bit processor.

Calculation Speed

The second point is the processor Calculation Speed. As 64-bit processors have 64 different functions, it can work more than 32-bit processors. And it can complete all the processes in speed. So a 64-bit processor for a calculation is better than a 32-bit processor. But the third point is a little covered with this issue.

 Operating System Support

difference between 32 bit and 64 bit processor

The third point is that, if your Operating System, software or apps does not support 64 bit, then you have a 64-bit processor and a 32-bit processor equal. That’s why, for example, think of a boxer who is very good boxing. But if there are no coaches that can make a good boxing from them, then it does not come as a good boxer or not. Lollipop and Marcello’s support 64-bit processors on Android phones and 64-bit support is available on iPhone since iOS 7. Now imagine that you have a KitKat phone and if there is a 64-bit processor, then it’s not a good job. If you do not have the RAM of your phone, it is not more than 4GB, or the number of calculations your phone can perform, and its operating system has its ability.This means that when you have 4GB of RAM on your phone or if you are using an operating system which supports 64 bit like Lollipop or Marcelo, then you need

This means that when you have 4GB of RAM on your phone or if you are using an operating system which supports 64 bit like Lollipop or Marcelo, then you need a 64-bit processor. 

Besides, 64-bit processors have no advantage. Another thing is your phone’s apps. Your operating system may support 64 bit but if you do not support 64bit applications that you will run on your phone, and then 64-bit processors on your phone have no value.
If you talk about Android phones today, you can see almost all kinds of processor phones. Some phones have 32 bits and some 64 bits. And all of the apps in the Play Store are not available in 64bit.

There are some apps that support 64 bits and 64bit processors are fully used. But more apps are seen which still support 32-bit processors. So in this situation, you will not be able to get rid of the full 64-bit processor.

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