Lew, thank you for your suggestion. I looked into it, and it appears Amazon might have a downloadable HD 32-bit version available for purchase.
Dermot, thank you for taking the time to post your response. I hope you did not mean it, but your response comes across as draconian with a take it or leave it attitude. I bet you are much more pleasant in real life.
It is unfortunate that "Also, keep in mind that you will not be able to work with any plans that you have created or modified on your work computer. Any plans saved in newer versions of our software can not be opened in any older versions. ".
I spent 20 years in software development before retiring 10 years ago, and understands and appreciates backwards compatibility, as well as taking advantage of hardware improvements over time. For a light traveling computing device, the new tablet is actually surprising useful, and I have not had any other software limitations so far. I can pull the tablet out of my suit pocket and be productive during flight, in between meetings, on Uber, access VPN, ...etc,without lugging my big PC.
Many market segments that are heavily tied to legacy software, such as government departments and many businesses will run a 32-bit Windows OS to retain 16-bit software compatibility or for 32-bit-only device driver support.
With all that said, I will look into the required efforts of moving to 64-bit on this tablet.