O Yes The Windows Mail from Windows Vista and the Outlook Express from Windows XP is no longer there But there is the free "Windows Live Essentials" of
Yes, Windows-7 and Windows 10, 8.1 refusing an installation on FAT-32. The other Partitions can be formatted as FAT16/FAT32 or NTFS Win-7 on 30 GB NTFS
With 30 gigabytes for Win 7 to reach rather, it depends on how many other programs you must install on the boot disk partition or want. I would say :50GB
You can use both, with AMD64 or AMD x2 x64 for Windows-7 and Server 2008 / 16. The AMD-64 supports 32-bitx86 and 64-bitx64. The old name for "AMD64"