You know, all this talk about "no one should use 32 bit tails" is silly.
First of all, I'm not a child or an idiot, and neither are most others - I know the risks, and they do also, so stop patronizing. A prudent caution is useful. Telling us what we should and should not do is arrogant.
Second of all, tails is uniquely useful for non-web purposes.
It is good for booting a machine and inspecting its disk and resources without leaving a trace. If the machine you are targeting is 32-bit, you need 32-bit tails.
It is also good for disk rescue and recovery in ways other distributions are not, and again, if the machine is 32-bits, you need 32-bit tails.
Thirdly, if all you have is a 32-bit machine, the last 32-bit tails is better than the copy I downloaded two years ago.
Lastly, not everyone is all about Tor. Sure, the obsolete Tor browser is vulnerable, and so too doubtless are other critical components. But when I use tails on the web, I always use the insecure browser, simply for the sake of performance. I'm not a spook, and I don't care about anonymity most of the time. I do care about using a foreign machine without leaving a trace.