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Old 05-30-2014   #11
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All mine shows is the 64 bit in the start menu.
It is possible that when you installed it, the option to also install the 32 bit version was not selected. If you do not have a CS5 folder in the X86 programs folder, then it isn't installed in which case you should be able to run the installer again.
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Murray it is in both folders. I'm good with it. I'm probably going to upgrade anyway. I shot some ISO 3200 this evening though with the 70D and there is hardly any noise, at least not that is distracting so I may leave to stand alone since I probably will not be using it that much anyway.
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With the 64-bit version, it's all about access to more memory, I think, which is increasingly important these days (unfortunately). Otherwise, I notice no speed difference at all. I was happiest, overall, with CS3.


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