64bit and x64 - Start64!
LView Pro is a multi-featured image processor software suited to a wide variety of applications, ranging from simple image viewing to advanced image editing. The 32-bit version of LView, requires Windows 98SE or newer including Windows XP and Windows Vista. Also available is a 64-bit version of LView for Windows XP Professional x64 and Windows 2003 Server x64.
Microsoft Windows Media Player Firefox Plugin allows you to use Windows Media Player inside of Firefox. It is backwards compatible with the old 6.4 Windows Media Player. And among other things has the following new featues: Robust design that addresses all of the known issues with the old plug-in; Windows Media Player will now work with Firefox on Windows Vista; and Support for the Windows Media Player OCX scripting interfaces.
New version! - This software installs Windows Easy Transfer on a Windows XP or Windows 2000 based PC. This software is already built into Windows Vista, so it is not necessary to install it on a Windows Vista based PC. Windows Easy Transfer enables you to automatically copy your files, photos, music, email, settings, and more to your new Windows Vista based PC.
Real Alternative will allow you to play RealMedia files without having to install RealPlayer/RealOne Player. You do need a player that is capable of playing RealMedia. The included Media Player Classic supports it and works very well. Supported: RealAudio (.ra .rpm), RealMedia (.rm .ram .rmvb .rpx .smi .smil), RealText (.rt), ReadPix (.rp), RealMedia embedded in webpages. .smi and .smil files sometimes only play the first part of a clip.
MD5 for Win32 introduced the "right-click and hash" interface to calculate a message digest without having to open a separate program. digestIT 2003 took it further by adding multiple file support, integrated copying and saving, and support for the SHA-1 message digest algorithm.
WinDriver™ product line supports any USB/PCI device, regardless of its silicon vendor, and enables you to focus on your driver's added-value functionality, instead of on the operating system internals. Complete support for USB, PCI, PCI Express, CardBus, CompactPCI, ISA, PMC, PCI-X, PCI-104 and PCMCIA.
The Ultimate Enterprise System Management Software for Windows - Added support for Windows Vista (32 & 64-bit) - DameWare NT Utilities (DNTU) is an enterprise system management application for Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista which allows Administrators to go beyond the limitations of Microsoft's Management Console (MMC).
Dependency Walker is a free utility that scans any 32-bit or 64-bit Windows module (exe, dll, ocx, sys, etc.) and builds a hierarchical tree diagram of all dependent modules. For each module found, it lists all the functions that are exported by that module, and which of those functions are actually being called by other modules. Another view displays the minimum set of required files, along with detailed information about each file including a full path to the file, base address, version numbers, machine type, debug information, and more.
Windows Media Player 11 offers great new ways to store and enjoy all of your digital media. It's easier than ever to access all of your music, video, pictures, and recorded TV on your computer. Play it, view it, organize it, and sync it to a portable device for enjoying on the go, or share with devices around your home - all from one place. Windows Media Player 11 (64-bit) is designed to work with Windows XP Professional x64 Edition.
Advanced COM Port Redirector is a professional Windows application that allows you to redirect all data sent from one serial port to any other serial port no matter whether first port is virtual or real one. Second port, created by this program, is an absolute copy of the first communication port (except its name) and is located on the same computer.
Windows Media Encoder 9 Series x64 Edition is a powerful tool for content producers who want to take advantage of the many innovations in Windows Media 9 Series including high-quality multichannel sound and high-definition video quality on x64 platforms.
The aim of our present article is to share our experience relating to the installation of the 64-bit version of Windows Vista RC1 as well as the creation of a secure testing environment.
In our previous articles we went into the details of the advantages offered by 64-bit computers, the present state of the 64-bit architecture, as well as the prerequisites for creating a suitable environment for testing 64-bit operating systems. This latter required existing hardware 64-bit capabilities. In this article we would like to help those who wish to upgrade their existing 32-bit computers into 64-bit ones.
There are people who can hardly wait to upgrade to it, while others already fear its novelty. There are people who expect an improvement in quality, while others do not make full use even of the existing capacities. There are people who use technical aspects as arguments, while others think that those mean-spirited marketing people have cooked up something again to get the money out of their pockets. Who is right? Who will benefit from the 64-bit technology, and who will not? After all, what is 64-bit?