My MAC died yesterday, and now I have a Windows 10 computer. The MAC and this new Windows 10 computer are both 64 Bit, but for some reason, at least for now, I only have luck installing i386, and i486 distros from Virtual Box. The selections of operating systems on Virtual Box for me only show as 32 bit, and when I tried to install 64 bit distros, I thought I downloaded the 64 bit version of Virtual Box. I got Kernel errors and it wouldn't go any further than that. At the moment I have the i386 version of Linux Mint 17.03, and i486 version of Tiny Core 6.4.1. These are the 1st Linux distros that I installed on my own Windows computer. I have however installed Linux distros on friend's 32 bit computers.
I'm pretty sure that most of the community can install 64 bit distros on Windows, what would I need to do if the only version of Virtual Box only seems to download the 32 bit version?