What’s the difference between 32 bit and 64 bit?

“32 bit” and “64 bit” are the way of a computer’s processor (also called CPU) processes information. The 64-bit version of Windows can process large capacity random access memory (RAM) more efficiently than 32 bit system.

In Windows XP, Vista, except for special ones, it was 32 bit. Therefore, the camera was only 32 bit compatible.
However, 32 bit and 64 bit is quite popular for Windows 7. Even if a 64bit signal is sent to a camera whose element itself corresponds only to 32bit, it does not move. It can not cope with software update. It is necessary to change the element itself to 64 bit.
USB microscope and USB camera which we currently sell are all 64bit compatible.