32-Bit

Descriptive of computer systems (especially microprocessors) and software which process data as 4-byte units (one byte equals 8 bits). The greater the number of bytes that a system can process at any one time, the faster the system. The Intel 80386 and 80486 and Motorola 680X0 chips are 32-Bit processors. See also 16-Bit and Sixty-4-Bit.

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