" **How do I know how many bits is the system? 32-bit? 64-bit?** "

Initially I thought that such a "tutorial" could not be published, because it is a commonplace for many PC users. We have to be understanding and realize that there are many novices (as we were) who do not know how to find out how many bits a system is.

if you use **Windows 7**You can follow some very simple steps to find out** on how many bits is the system** you.

1. enter **computer** and somewhere in the top left you have a link / button "**System Proportion**".

2. In "System properties "you will see a line where it says how many bits your operating system is. An operating system can be on **32-bit** or **64-bit**.

Another way to find out how many bits is the operating system:

Click "Start" -> right-click on "Compuer" -> click "Properties".

By the second method you can find out the properties of the operating systems Windows XP yes Windows Vista.

#### How do we know how many bits a system is? [32-bit & 64-bit]