64-bit Windows

64-bit Windows

The Windows operating system or a Windows application written to run in 64-bit CPUs. The term is used to contrast Windows software written for 32-bit environments. See 64-bit computing.
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Perle is the first Serial Terminal Server manufacturer to receive digitally signed 32-bit and 64-bit Windows 10 certification for a COM port re-director utility.
A 64-bit Windows CE-based PC CNC system drives machine axes via closed-loop, direct-coupled AC servomotors.
In this release, not only have we maintained our ongoing support to users on OS X, but we have also added a new 64-bit Windows version that maximizes efficiency in managing large files.
It is already a done decision that we aren't going to ship 64-bit Windows Firefox builds in the first half of 2013, and probably not at all in 2013," he wrote in a Nov.
This control also extends to child processes, including applications such as Adobe Acrobat and Microsoft Office, 32-bit Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7 and 64-bit Windows 7 and Vista support.
He tells Network World that Cisco became a Windows supplier when it developed desktop UC applications such as the Unified Attendant Console, one of the applications that is not yet slated to support 64-bit Windows 7.
The 64-bit version was developed in close collaboration with Microsoftand Intel and is compatible with all 64-bit Windows Operating Systems,including Windows 7.
64-bit Windows and Linux Servers: The Advantage Database Server was ported to run as a native 64-bit application on the x64 versions of Windows and Linux greatly increasing memory usage capabilities.
It is also designed for the latest 64-bit Windows environments, including Vista and Windows 2008 Server, with seamless integration to Microsoft Active Directory.
Microsoft has made major investments to ensure that solutions are available for 64-bit Windows Server platforms.