AMLogic Processor Roadmap: Quad core Cortex A9 (M8), and 64-bit ARM processors (M9)
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64-Bit Mobile CPUs Arrive in 2014, Handset Vendors to Widely Adopt Them
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Rumor: Qualcomm, Nvidia and Broadcom to announce 64-bit processors at CES 2014
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“When I’m sixty-four”: discussing the 64-bit version(s) of Firestorm
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Solaris X86 64-bit Assembly Programming
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RyuJIT: Microsoft's new 64-bit .Net compiler
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Tizen 3.0 Features Announced: Multiple User Support, 64-bit Architecture & More
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NVIDIA Prepares Linux Users for a Future Without 32-bit
NVIDIA has announced that it has dropped support for the 32-bit Linux-x86 CUDA and OpenCL applications.
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64-bit Microsoft Office
If you start Office 2010 there’s no immediately obvious difference between 32-bit and 64-bit versions of the software. 64-bit is visually indistinguishable from the 32-bit cousin and for most people the technically differences don’t matter – Office 2010 runs the same.
Hardware and software incompatibility was perhaps the greatest barrier that contributed to pushing back the adoption of 64-bit platforms over the 32-bit versions. Microsoft’s x64 flavors of Windows XP and Windows Vista certainly smoothed out the past of x64 Windows 7, but the transition is in full swing, even with 64-bit systems and platforms becoming the norm.
Microsoft announced a deal on Friday that lets customers who buy Office 2007 between now and Sept. 30 to receive a copy of Office 2010 without any extra charge when it becomes available this spring. However, a little-noticed item in an FAQ for what Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) terms its "tech guarantee" for Office 2010 provides a cautionary note that many users and IT staff will want to be familiar with.
Windows 7 bought with it the increased popularity of 64-bit operating systems on the desktop, replacing the older, memory-constrained 32-bit platform. But just because your system can handle a 64-bit OS doesn’t mean that you’re ready for 64-bit Office 2010.
Microsoft is advising its customers to install the 32-bit, rather than the 64-bit, version of Office 2010. The advice is tucked away in an FAQ about the Office 2010 Tech Guarantee programme, which will ensure that buyers of Office 2007 will get a free upgrade to the new Office suite when its launched.
Microsoft Office 2010 marks the first time Office will be shipping in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions. With Windows 7, you have the option of running 64-bit Windows on your 64-bit PC, and now with Office 2010 you have that same choice. As 64-bit processors and operating systems are becoming the standard for systems ranging from servers to desktop computers, 64-bit Office will be able to take advantage of everything that 64-bit systems have to offer.
Hi everyone! My name is Alex Dubec and I’m a Program Manager on the Office Trustworthy Computing Performance team. My team is responsible for compiling system requirements across Office, and I’d like to give you a behind-the-scenes look at how we determine system requirements and the hardware your computer requires to run Office 2010.
The PreCallDiagTool is an application that reports expected audio quality as it relates to the network effect. The tool should be installed on any desktop or laptop PC that suffers from inconsistent network connection quality. The PreCallDiagTool can provide a quick check of the current network conditions and also preserve a history of quality data to let users profile their network performance over time or other conditions.
Mapilab reports that it is releasing plug-ins for the 64-bit version of Microsoft Office 2010. The first plug-ins in the world for the 64-bit version of Microsoft Office are the Duplicate Email Remover, Duplicates Remover for Outlook and Send Personally for Outlook.
Project Server 2007 and its clients enable you to effectively manage projects and resources across your organization. Microsoft designed Project Server 2007 for organizations needing strong team coordination, standardization in managing projects and programs, and centralized resource management.
If your planning on upgrading to Office 2010 when it comes out around June 2010 and you are a XP user then you might want to think about it. According to Microsoft the new Office 2010 will not support XP 64bit. Now it will support XP 32bit, just not the 64bit.
When the system requirements for Microsoft Office 2010 were first posted, we noticed that Windows XP 64-bit was mysteriously absent. We contacted Microsoft, and the company explained that while deciding on which versions of Windows to support in the next release of Office, it weighed the user experience behind the versions against broadly dropping support.
Office 2010 provides new features and improvements that help IT administrators configure, validate, deploy, and protect their Office installations. The following sections discuss changes in these areas:
Microsoft Office Home and Business 2010 is the essential software suite for managing small businesses and working from home. Enhanced tools and features help you run your business, connect with customers, and organize your household more efficiently. Office Home and Business 2010 features new photo, video, and text effects for creating standout documents and presentations.
The first Beta Build is the next iteration of the Office System that is now opened to the general public, after being offered to MSND and TechNet subscribers, as well as Microsoft Connect testers. Office 2010 Beta 14.0.4536.1000 public downloads went live on day two of the company’s Professional Developers Conference 2009 in Los Angeles, and is currently up for grabs for all users that want to test drive the successor of Office 2007.
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