After Windows 7 we did not have many options to change the operating system, a failed Windows Vista was behind and another failed Windows 8 and 8.1 that would serve to inspire in a certain way what was to come. The savior of Microsoft without a doubt, we talk about Windows 10. The version of the operating system that undoubtedly came to change everything and that made us trust again to change the version of the operating system after spending so much time with Windows 7.
Change Windows 10 version
Let’s clear things up, 32-bit operating systems either Windows 10, Windows 7 or Windows 8.1, whatever it is. It only supports up to 4 GB of RAM, it generally shows a little less RAM, even if you have 16 GB of RAM, if you have a 32-bit OS you can only use less than 4 GB of RAM.
On the other hand, when we use a 64-bit operating system it is not only much better since currently all processors are multi-core, but on top of that we can even have 32 GB of RAM for example and the computer will be able to use absolutely everything.
How to know what version of Windows 10 I have
What you have to do to know what version you have installed is simply go to where it says “This team“Which is generally at home or on your desktop, you right click on it and after that simply go to where it says Properties.
Once there you will be able to see all the basic information about your team and in the systems part where it says “Type of systemIt has to say what operating system you have and what kind of processor you have. In case it says that you have an x64 processor it means that it supports 64 bits and you can easily add more RAM and change the version of Windows.
How to change version of Windows 10
What you owe do is format, there is no other way to achieve it. Unfortunately even though it is a hassle to have to format a PC and lose everything you have on it or to have to resort to a backup to not lose anything.
You must go to the official Microsoft website and from there download a new version of Windows using your license obviously to be able to install it on your computer, the only way is simply this, reinstalling Windows 10 from scratch to be able to have a 64-bit one.