+ 0 Votes Win7 compatibility center TobiF 4 years ago In general, a 64-bit system should decently handle 32-bit applications that aren't too old.In case you haven't been there, check MS site on this topic:http://www.microsoft.com/windows/compatibility/windows-7/en-us/default.aspx + 0 Votes Win7 64bit & Outlook 2010 32bit problem Foxfire2010 4 years ago I checked to compatibility page on MS which states that Outlook 2010 v14 is compatible with Win7 64bit.It does not explain why Outlook constantly freezes or does not start. I can only restart Outllok following re-boot.Any further suggestions + 0 Votes Printer drivers TobiF 4 years ago Office depends on a lot of other stuff in the environment.If you get any error messages, try to analyze what they are saying.I'd start with checking what printer is set as default printer in the system, since Office may try to talk to the corresponding driver every time it draws a page on screen. + 0 Votes Probably because it is not a 32/64 bit issue. seanferd 4 years ago Start looking up the actual error received. If you don't see one displayed when Outlook crashes, start looking through the Event Logs. Save the DrWatson log if Drwatson is invoked upon Outlook crashing.#1 cause of problems is Office add-ons.