I bought a Computestick the other day and recognised that 32-bit Win 10 is installed on it.
Why? It has a 64-bit core.
Can I change to 64-bit, and where do I get that?
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This action is not supported and if customers do so, the warranty is voided.
The Microsoft license key is already registered and is linked to the Compute Stick's serial number.
You can do the upgrade but it will be under your own risk, also with 64bit you probably need more RAM and more space to have fluent operating system work.
You can see operating system supported here:
http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/boards-and-kits/intel-compute-stick/000005899.html?wa... Supported Operating Systems for Boards and Kits
Also 64bit Windows will occupy a much larger space on the limited 32GB eMMC drive. You can imagine that an upgrade like the November one will be very hard to install.