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Il 06/11/2013 11:45, Tom Davies ha scritto:
Hi :)
Of course 32bit version can run on a 64bit OS.  So it means the 1
version is able to run on a wider range of machines.  If there was to be
a 64bit version it would need the machine and the OS to also be 64bit
but the 32bit version can run on any combination.

OTH almost all newer machines are 64bit and running 64bit versions of
Windows.  Almost all newer machines are 64bit and running 64bit versions
of Windows but i still find quite a few people running on 32bit.  Part
of the advantage of LibreOffice is that it runs on older machines.
  Windows users often get hopelessly confused by choice.  They want to
know which is best rather than which is most appropriate for themselves
and their own system.
Regards from
Tom :)

I guess you're right in that one package for all Windows versions is probably better (i.e. less confiusing) than having to choose between "32 & 64 bit versions", a subject which I believe is quite obscure for most users anyway.

Marcello Romani

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