What is the bit-capacity of Windows 8?

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As Windows 7 is a 64 bit OS, what is the bit-capacity of Windows 8, or does this factor not apply to Windows 8?  Canon iP100 disk for Vista or XP has been successfully installed on Windows 7 HP Home Premium, but will not, except partially, installed itself onto Windows 8 HP Omni. Could someone please explain?
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  • carlosdl
    What makes you think that the problem is related to the "bit-capacity"?

    Is that printer compatible with Win 8?
    What do you mean by "partially" installed?
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Instead of Windows 8, it is better to install 8.1, this is better than 8. Probably, you have asked for printer installation, install proper driver for the same. However, you have to explain your query a bit more.
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