When I installed Git 2 years ago, I used the Git-1.9.5-preview20141217.exe to install it. I can't tell if that was a 32 or 64 bit installer.
I do know the path where it is installed is C:\Program Files (x86)\Git\cmd\git.exe and C:\Program Files (x86)\Git\bin\git.exe.
I have read conflicting information that the 64 bit installers installed at that path also so it makes me even more confused. If this is a 32 bit installer,then I ask is there a way to upgrade it to 64 bit or am I stuck using the 32 bitversion?
There might not have been a 64 bit installer when I installed GIT orginally .
All the latest Git for Windows releases are at
You will find installer and archives for 32 and 64 bits.
I personnaly simply uncompress
PortableGit-prerelease-2.11.0.rc1.windows.1-64-bit.7z.exe anywhere I want, and add that to my %PATH%.
You can have any number of Git versions that way.