Has any computer since Windows 7 came out many years ago not been x64? Certainly not any i7.
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Yes, 32 bit computers still exists. In fact it is the most commonly sold computer to businesses running Win7. They generally run A lesser processor. My computer at work is 6 months old and has Win7 32 bit os with a i5 processor. As a side note; the i7 will run on 32 bit OS.
As of a couple of years ago the major computer manufacturers started migrating to the 64 bit os as the standard for retail customers.
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