How do I check to see if I have a 64-Bit compatible system?
Posted by DTG Support CM on 07 August 2020 09:53 AM

To check if your system is ready for the 64- bit conversion, press the Windows Key on your keyboard and press the Pause/Break key.

(if you don’t have a Windows key on your keyboard, you can find this information within Windows 10 by clicking Start > Settings (the gear icon) > System > About).

This will display a pop-up dialog like the one pictured below.

Under System type, it will say something along the lines of “64-bit Operating System, x64-based processor”.

If yours matches the image above then you’re ready for Train Simulator 2020 64-bit as your system has a 64-bit CPU and operating system already installed.

Please note that to truly benefit from the 64-bit version you will need to have greater than 4GB of installed memory (RAM).

If you see something like “32-bit Operating System, x64-based processor”, then you’ll only need to upgrade your operating system to a 64-bit version to become compatible with the 64-bit conversion.

Windows 10 users can upgrade from 32-Bit to 64-Bit for free by following Microsoft’s guide located on the site below:

If it says “32-bit Operating System, x86-based processor”, then you’ll only be able to run 32-bit Train Simulator 2019 with your current hardware as your CPU will not be compatible with a 64-bit operating system.