Could you check my PC specifications to install Win 8 - 64 bits ?

Hi Experts!

Could you check my PC configurations are OK  to install Win 8 - 64 bits?

(Actually it has Win 7 - 32 bits installed)

Thanks in advance!
Eduardo FuerteDeveloper and AnalystAsked:
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For sure you can install Windows 7 64-bit according to your motherboard:
It does not show drivers for windows 8, so I would be hesitant.
For a test you could install Virtual box and join the Windows 10 preview.  Install windows 10 Professional 64-bit in the Virtual box, if that installs then I would wait for that.  Much better than 8 is in MHO
That is no problem with that CPU and hardware.
Joe Winograd, Fellow&MVEDeveloperCommented:
Microsoft built a tool called the Upgrade Assistant for this very purpose — to check if your PC is capable of running W8. Here's an article that explains it (specifically, for W7 to W8), along with a link to download the utility:

Regards, Joe

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Natty GregIn Theory (IT)Commented:
The better version of windows 8 is 8.1 and you're going to want to increase your memory to 4gigs, but that platform will work without an itch
Joe Winograd, Fellow&MVEDeveloperCommented:
Suppose I should have mentioned that the MS article I posted is for upgrading to 8.1, not 8. Regards, Joe
one thing i would do is upgrade the ram to 4 GB - it will speed upthe system
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