I'm using Windows 7 64-bit. I have Internet Explorer installed. Should I use the 64-bit version that's available?

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Posted: 28 Mar, 2013
by Andrew Sharrad
Updated: 25 Aug, 2017
by Alex Bullock

We recommend you use the standard 32-bit version of Internet Explorer for the best experience.

  • For most purposes the standard (32-bit) version of Internet Explorer will perform perfectly.
  • While the 64-bit version of Internet Explorer can potentially use more system memory, you may find that some web page add-ons do not load or install using 64-bit Internet Explorer.

Applies to:

  • Desktop and Laptop Products
  • Microsoft Windows
  • Internet Explorer
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