64-bit computer


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64-bit computer

A computer that has a 64-bit CPU. See 64-bit computing and word.
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* Modern 64-bit computer processors outperform the older processors found in keyboards.
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-- Linux developers are beginning to adopt the 64-bit computer architecture.
It fully supports new 64-bit computer operating systems including Microsoft Windows NT and Linux, and can be used in high-performance PC servers and workstations as well.
25, in the New York Times, a new 64-bit computer chip that can process as many as 400 million instructions a second was announced by Digital Equipment Corp.
Both business and consumer versions will be available for 32-bit or 64-bit computer systems.
They had 32-bit computers and our software were meant to run on 64-bit computers. We revised our offline utility.
Even on 64-bit computers, Microsoft defaults to the 32-bit installation, so it's worth the two-minute process to check.
The 2011 release of Delcam for SolidWorks benefits from all of Delcam's recent developments to take advantage of the latest hardware, including support for 64-bit computers. 64-bit technology removes the memory limitations of 32-bit computers so allowing more efficient toolpath generation, especially for companies machining large or complex parts.