I will be working with a small SQL server database and creating simple reports with a few calculations. There will be only a single user and a Windows 7 Home Premium computer with 4G RAM.
Will the default installation of SQL Server Express 2014 Advanced Services satisfy my requirements? Will I be able to design simple reports using Visual Studio Express 2013 for Windows Desktop and SQL Server Express 2014 Advanced Services? Should I install the 32 or 64 bit version?
Gotcha, then I think you'll be fine with Express. If you find you want to learn some more advanced features, you can always upgrade it later with the developer edition. If you're focusing on reporting,
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