Premiere Elements 10, 11, and 12 will be 64 bit applications when run on Windows 7 or 8 64 bit computer.
I use PE 10 + 11
Both desktops are using Win 7 32-bit.
PE operates best with PCIe (video and audio cards)
800-MHz RAM speed as minimum.
667-MHz ain't all that great.
Core 2 Duo as minimum also. Not Pentium D. If using a home network.
64-bit OS's allow for version 3.0 PCIe video cards.
(PCIe ver. 3.0 requires more than 4-GB's of RAM)
My video's are on YouTube Channel= Mark SM
I am not certain how your post contributes to an understanding of the question asked.
Great that you have Premiere Elements 10 and 11 on Windows 7 32 bit, but you are not pointing out to the writer that, under those circumstances, your Premiere Elements 10 and 11 are 32 bit applications running in a 32 bit computer environment and as such have the limitations of 32 bit system, including max supported installed RAM = 4.0 of which typically 3.0 or less of that are available.
And you have not indicated how the writer of the thread would obtain a 64 bit version of versions 10 and 11 if that was what is wanted.
All of those points and more had been made in the thread before your post.
How is your post responding to the thread as titled and question described?