On Tue, Mar 25, 2008 at 10:18 PM, krishnakant Mane <researchbase(a)gmail.com>
my doubt however is that will it make any difference in performance.
as you said it is not completely 64 bit but supports both.
so will there be any advantage of using 64 bit ubuntu?
I booted the live cd and all hardware works flawlessly.
It will,look to this aggregation of links.
Actually,it supports both,so it would be incorrect to say it's not
completely 64-bit.It works in 64-bit when you run a 64-bit OS.
I'm myself eagerly awaiting the release of 8.04 so that I can change to
64-bit(Pentium D 2.80 GHz).Performance wise,there will be a slight (maybe
quite noticeable) increase in speed.Plus,it can address more than 4 GB of
RAM,yes If I Remember Correctly,that was the figure.Check out the link,it
makes the perfect case for switching.