I recently did a clean install of Windows 10 Pro 64 bit and I am sure that I did the 64 bit as that is the one I downloaded and made a flash drive of. But when I installed the November update that came out a few days ago, the System page in the Control Panel now says that it is a 32 bit install.I noticed it while trying to install 64 bit software. And since it is 32 bit, only 2.48 of the 8 GB of ram I have installed is usable.Before anyone asks, yes it was 64 bit, this isn\’t the first time I have used this flash drive, and I do have a 64 bit processor.The person with the windows tech chat had no idea, just spurted completely unrelated stuff.I believe that the latest November update might have something to do with it, but I have no idea. If need be, I guess I can do a clean install, but I\’d really rather not.Does anyone have a clue what has happened??
It\’s literally impossible. There is no path to \’upgrade\’ 32 bit to 64 bit or vice versa. The only way to get it on is a clean install. Even if you suffered a bug in the upgrade, if the upgrade did not force a clean install then you had 32 bit the whole time.