Doubt why the program won’t work in your Windows 7 computer?
It doesn’t work because one of the following reason:
- it might be a compatibility issue
- program not supported
- a corrupt/ damage program installer and more.
Finding an answer why the specific program wont work is a hard task and take a lot time just searching what are the possible culprit. But before doing the hard task just try the basic first, to identify if you have a windows 7 64 bit or 32 bit operating system.
Here are the steps to get there:
- Click Start (Windows Icon)
- right click My Computer
- click Properties
Under system you will see the following:
- computer rating – the windows experience index
- processor model and speed
- installed memory capacity
- computer name and its workgroup
In this case look at the system type, if you have 32 bit operating system it will display system type: 32-bit Operating System and system type: 64-bit Operating System for 64 bit Windows respectively.
The 32 bit operating system has a limitation of amount of memory can be installed and it can’t run 64 bit applications.
If you have more than 3 Gb of memory installed in your computer, it is recommended to used the Windows 7 64 bit operating system. The 64 bit can greatly improve your system overall performance by adding more memory and by using the 64 bit applications.
The Windows 7 64 bit can also run both 64 bit and 32 bit applications, but there is some minor downside, if you have an old program such as c program (a program used in programming) it won’t work. You need to have some third party tools to be able to run it.