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  1.    14 Feb 2016 #21
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    Windows 7
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    I didn't knew it..
    I was sad to do a 32 bit upgrade and then 64 bit clean install because it wastes a lot of time.
    Now happy to know this...
    I am going to use the genuine ticket method....
    Thanks...
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  2.    14 Feb 2016 #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajs11 View Post
    I didn't knew it..
    I was sad to do a 32 bit upgrade and then 64 bit clean install because it wastes a lot of time.
    Now happy to know this...
    I am going to use the genuine ticket method....
    Thanks...
    The genuine ticket method is only really needed in exceptional cases.

    Now, you can just normally clean install latest version and activate using Windows 7 key.
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  3.    14 Feb 2016 #23
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    Windows 10 Pro

    Quote Originally Posted by cereberus View Post
    The genuine ticket method is only really needed in exceptional cases.

    Now, you can just normally clean install latest version and activate using Windows 7 key.
    However, since ajs11 already has Windows 7 installed, saving the genuineticket.xml file takes all of two minutes and to me is worth the extra two minutes spent for the insurance in case something goes wrong with product key activation.
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  4.    15 Feb 2016 #24
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    Quote Originally Posted by NavyLCDR View Post
    However, since ajs11 already has Windows 7 installed, saving the genuineticket.xml file takes all of two minutes and to me is worth the extra two minutes spent for the insurance in case something goes wrong with product key activation.
    OK - that is sound advice.
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  5.    15 Feb 2016 #25
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    Windows 7
    Thread Starter

    Yes.
    I also think that it is right. In this forum itself I have read issues on activating Win 10 with Win 7 product key.
    So I think it is safe to create the genuine ticket..
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  6.    17 Feb 2016 #26
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    Thread Starter

    How will the windows10 64bit run on a 2GB RAM?
    Can it run smoothly???
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  7.    13 Mar 2016 #27
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    Hello guys.. What about running a 64bit win 10 on 2gb ram??
    How it will be??
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  8.    13 Mar 2016 #28
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajs11 View Post
    Hello guys.. What about running a 64bit win 10 on 2gb ram??
    How it will be??
    I doubt if you would see much difference between 32 bit Windows 10 and 64 bit Windows 10 with 2 GB ram.
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  9.    13 Mar 2016 #29
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajs11 View Post
    Hello guys.. What about running a 64bit win 10 on 2gb ram??
    How it will be??

    You will truly see a much bigger benefit if you can install at least 2GB extra RAM compared with any (probably undetectable) difference between 32bit and 64bit. On most pcs and laptops, it is quite easy to add extra RAM. Some tablets are not expandable.

    You can get additional benefit installing an SSD, but the benefit will be more marginal compared with upgrading from 2GB to 4GB.
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  10.    16 Mar 2016 #30
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    I currently have 2gb installed and it is expandable upto 8gb (4gb×2).

    Is it good to run 64bit windows10 on 2gb ram? Will it be too slow? Or do I need to add more ram before installing 64bit Win10?? What do you guys think about it??
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