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Where can I get Wary 5.5 and is it right for my computer
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rayberau

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PostPosted: Wed 04 Sep 2013, 23:29    Post_subject:  Where can I get Wary 5.5 and is it right for my computer  

Hi, I have a Celeron CPU 2.80 GHz Intel EM64T Capable BIOS version GC11020M.86A.1058.2006.0330.1109

I'm confused about i386, i486, i680 etc - even though my System info says EM64T Capable I don't think I can use 64 bit programs on it.

What's the best distro for me to use?
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PostPosted: Thu 05 Sep 2013, 08:17    Post_subject:  

A 64-bit CPU will run 32-bit programs, so your computer will run any 32-bit Puppy, which is all the "official' ones. The most important thing you didn't tell us is how much RAM is in the computer. It needs at least 256 MB to run Puppy well. Puppy can run in less RAM but it takes special care and feeding. Smile
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