It is known that all Windows versions come in 32 and 64 bits, including Windows 10.
Although the 32-bit and 64-bit cores look almost identical in Windows 10, the 64-bit kernel takes advantage of the specifications of faster and better hardware.
With the near end of the 32-bit kernel era, Windows announced that all systems running Windows 10 must work with a 64-bit kernel and that Microsoft will not publish the 32-bit kernel in the future, and therefore all computers that will be sold in the future will contain only the 64-bit kernel.
There is no doubt that the news of Microsoft dispensing with the 32-bit kernel in Windows 10 operating systems has raised concerns among many users of this kernel, so Microsoft has confirmed that it will not abandon this kernel so that it will continue to issue the various updates necessary for its operation and provide it with new features and security patches and will remain Market it directly to consumers.
However, if you are still using a 32-bit processor, it might be time for the upgrade – the weaker version of Windows 10 has many limitations, such as access to 3.2 GB of RAM and less stringent security measures.