32-Bit and 64-Bit are the terms basically related to your computer’s processor. The 64-Bit processors can access a larger heap of memory and perform operations at a faster speed. They can perform a number of operations at a given time and also comes in multi cores. But the most important difference is the maximum amount of RAM supported. The 32-Bit processors can only accommodate a RAM of up to 4 GBs whereas a 64-Bit processor can go beyond it. More memory means more opened applications at a time, faster loading speed and the ability to run memory intensive applications. You can check if your computer is 32-Bit or 64-Bit by right clicking ‘This PC’ icon and then selecting ‘Properties’.
The advantages of computers can be something as simple as creating a text document for a class or organizing something on a spreadsheet. They can also be far greater like connecting us to a global society. We are able to reach out to people whether they be family, friends, or countless others we may share interests with. Computers have allowed us to explore places many would otherwise be unable to see. Learn things that would have previously been impossible. Meet people we never even knew existed. Computers have increased the knowledge base of all peoples around the world.