I am using windows 32 bit VLC media player in 64 bit pc. It is working fine. but my question is that won't it allocate memory according to 32 bit structure? That means though i have 64 bit PC, i wouldn't get advantage of it. Simply 64 bit might have good memory allocation in register than 32 bit. Sorry for the simple question but, i am new at Computer Organization Architecture.
EDITED : my point : using a 32bit VLC player in my 64bit OS (4GB RAM) will run like a 32bit player running on 32bit system.. so it doesn't make any sense whether you've 64 bit System or 32 bit system , because it's running like a simple 32bit system. Thanks in advance.
PS. i want it in technical terms, but i have to answer in NON TECHNICAL TERMS.(a general user can understand your answer).so try in general meaning at the end of your answer. thanks for help ..