In this Windows 10 guide, I'll you how to check if a Windows 10 64-bit version is compatible with your PC and I'll guide you to upgrade Windows 10 32-bit to the Windows 10 64-bit version.

It's a good idea to take a full backup of your system including personal files and folders before upgrading. Read our tutorial on backing up your system.

The 64-bit version of Windows 10 can only be installed if your computer's hardware supports it. You can verify that using the following four steps.

Making Sure Windows 10 64-bit is Compatible With Your PC

Step 1: Press Windows key + I from keyboard.

Step 2: Click on System.

Step 3: Click on About.

Step 4: Check the system type, if it says: 32-bit operating system, x64-based processor then your PC is running a 32-bit version of Windows 10 on a 64-bit processor. If it says 32-bit operating system, x86-based processor , then your computer doesn't support Windows 10 64-bit version.

Check Windows 10 64Bit compatibility

Creating a Windows 10 Installation Media

Step 1: Connect a USB drive to your system, the USB media must have at least 4 GB free space.

Step 2: Visit Microsoft's Windows 10 download page.

Step 3: Download the Media Creation Tool by clicking the Download tool now button.

Step 4: Run the MediaCreationTool.exe.

Step 5: Accept the license terms.

Step 6: Choose to Create an installation media for another PC.

Step 7: Click Next.

Step 8: Uncheck Use the recommended options for this PC.

Step 9: Make sure to select 64-bit architecture (x64).

Step 10: Click Next.

Step 11: Choose the USB flash drive option.

Step 12: Click Next.

Step 13: Select the removable drive from the list.

Step 14: Click Next.

Installing 64-bit Version of Windows 10

Step 1: Restart your PC with the USB drive connected to the system and start the installation of Windows 10.

Step 2: Click Next.

Step 3: Click Install Now.

Step 4: Skip entering the product key.

Step 5: Accept the license terms.

Step 6: Click Custom: Install Windows only (advanced).

Step 7: Select and delete system partitions -- usually: Drive 0 Partition 1 and Drive 0 Partition 2.

Step 8: Click Next and follow the instructions to install Windows 10.

After the installation is finished, download the latest updates and drivers from Windows updates.

How to Upgrade from 32-bit to 64-bit Version of Windows 10

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