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If you are preparing to install a software or a program on your Ubuntu computer, then the first thing you need to know is that the operating system you are using is 32-bit version of Ubuntu or 64 bit.
Just like on Windows, determining whether 32bit or 64bit Ubuntu will help you choose the right software version.
#first. How to check whether your computer hardware supports 32Bit or 64Bit
+ Step 1: Open a terminal window by pressing the key combination
Ctrl + Alt + T to open quickly.
+ Step 2: Next, enter the command below into => and press
Enter to perform.
This command details the hardware and technologies that the computer supports.
+ Step 3: Pay attention to the text
CPU op-mode(s) => if it shows the text
32 bit, 64 bit =>, it means your hardware can run on both platforms.
If not, then you know that, if currently 32-bit only can run the 32-bit version only.
#2. Check the Ubuntu version is 32 bit or 64 bit
We have 2 ways to check the Ubuntu platform that you are using on the computer: Using the command in Terminal, and the second way is to check through the
Cài đặt (Settings).
Method 1: Check by command in Terminal
+ Step 1: Similarly, we also use the command in the Terminal window to check. Use the following command => and press
+ Step 2: Look at the arrow that I have illustrated below, if it is x86, it means that your Ubuntu version is 32-bit version, and if it is x86_64 like mine is 64-bit version of Ubuntu.
Method 2: Check in Setting
+ Step 1: You open
Settings in Ubuntu up.
+ Step 2: Next, go to the section
+ Step 3: Look at the section
OS type => here it will show the Ubuntu platform you are using. In addition, here you can also see details about the hardware of the computer.
# 3. Epilogue
So I have detailed instructions with you How to check Ubuntu 32bit or 64bit Alright then. This is a very basic knowledge when you use Ubuntu so you need to master it.
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