Last updated on August 28th, 2020 at 03:19 pm
Lets watch the video tutorial instead of reading text, right?
Method 1 (If the program is installed in your system or C Drive’s programs directory):
- Right click on the shortcut of the program in your desktop
- In context menu, click on Open File Location
- If this location is in the C drive’s Program Files directory then the program is 64 bit and if it is in the Program Files (x86) directory then it is a 32 bit program.
- If it is not in any of these directory of C Drive then you need to follow method 2
- Go to C Drive or your System Drive where windows is installed.
- Find the folder of your installed program in either Program Files directory or Program Files (x86) directory
- If you find it in Program Files directory, then it is a 64 bit program
- If you find it in Program Files (x86) directory, then it is a 32 bit program
- If you do not find it in any of these two folders then you have to follow method 2
Method 2 (You have to have the program running):
- Right click on taskbar and from the context menu select Task Manager
- In Task Manager, open the Details tab
- In the table of tasks that appears, right click in the headers of the table and click on Select Columns
- Find the item labeled as Platform and tick the checkbox and click Ok
- Now in the table, you will have a column labeled as Platform, in this column for each task the value would be 32 bit or 64 bit.
- In this table, find your program and it’s platform.