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10.6: How to boot into the 64-bit kernel
Authored by: jeremyp on Sep 15, '09 02:11:37PM

Open Activity Monitor and look for a process called kernel_task. The "kind" column will be either intel or intel (64 bit).



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10.6: How to boot into the 64-bit kernel
Authored by: blgrace on Sep 15, '09 10:55:49PM

Also, in System Profiler - just click on the word "Software" in the Contents column.
That will tell you if you're running 64 or 32



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