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Thread: Xubuntu : 32bit or 64bit?

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    Question Xubuntu : 32bit or 64bit?

    Alright so I finally decided to go with Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit since I already have experience with it with my Dad's powerful gaming PC (Core i5 2500K (3.4GHz X 4), 16GB, Nvidia 520TI).

    Though I'm still uneasy about 64bit Linux since my last experience with it was slow and agonizing (Ubuntu 9.04 x64). I know that things have changed since then so I'm thinking of trying Xubuntu 12.04LTS x64

    So my questions are, is there any noticable improvement in performance over 32bit? And is 64bit stable enough to use for everyday tasks as well as Emulation, WINE, and Virtual Machines?

    BTW Here's my specs in case anyone asks

    Mobo : Asus M3A78-EM AM2+
    CPU : AMD Athlon II x2 270 (Stock : 3.4GHz // OC'ed : 3.75GHz)
    Memory : 4GB DDR2 RAM (1066MHz)
    GPU : Sapphire Radeon HD 6570 1GB DDR3 (GPU 650MHz/600MHz Memory)
    Hard Disk 1 : 3.5" 160GB SATA3 (Windows 7)
    Hard Disk 2 : 3.5" 500GB SATA3 (Data and Programs)
    Hard Disk 3 : 2.5" 250GB SATA3 (200GB Useable, first 40-50GB damaged)
    Hard Disk 4 : 2.5" 18GB SATA3 (Ex-XBOX 360 HD)
    Optical : SATA3 DVD-R\RW+\- DL (x4, x8, x12, x16)
    Monitor : 21.5" ASUS LCD Monitor (1920x1080 via DVI)

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    Re: Xubuntu : 32bit or 64bit?

    Moved to Recurring.

    My opinion, if you have 64-bit hardware, take full advantage of it using 64-bit software.

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    Re: Xubuntu : 32bit or 64bit?

    +1

    If your machine is capable of running a 64-bit OS then there is no reason not to.
    Cheesemill

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