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I understand you are looking for Windows® 10 32 bit compatibility information.
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This new generation processor was developed to support Windows® 10 64 bit only, you can confirm this information by accessing the following link https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000005526/graphics-drivers.html
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You can run 32-bit Windows 10, but you will pay a price for doing so. The primary issue is that there is no 32-bit driver for the embedded Intel HD Graphics engine. This means that you will be using the Microsoft Graphics Compatibility driver, which is missing some features and has degraded performance.
Perhaps the question to you should be: Why do you want to run in 32-bit mode? The only reasons I can think of are (a) you have a system that can't run 64-bits -- which makes no sense if you have a Core i3-7100 processor) -- or (b) you want to run 16-bit applications designed for Windows ME (or older versions of Windows) -- which you shouldn't be doing as these applications are highly vulnerable to malware attack. Bottom line, you shouldn't be running 32-bit Windows 10.