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Difference between 16bit & 32bit

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What is the difference between 16bit & 32bit software advantages disadvantages etc?
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Walsh,

   True 32 bit software is suppose to be faster and able to mutltitask more so than 16 bit.  The only disadvantage i can think that 32 bit posseses is that it requires more computing power.  
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