32-bit to 64-bit

  • Start64!Google today released Chrome 39, the company's first 64-bit browser for OS X from its "stable" branch. The update also patched 42 vulnerabilities and paid $41,500 in bounties to the bug hunters who reported a dozen of the flaws.

  • Start64!We are planning to discontinue support for 32 bit Macs for Tor Browser. We're doing this for two main reasons. First, Apple itself no longer supports 32 bit Macs. The only remaining 32 bit Mac users are on OSX 10.6, which Apple ended support for in February of this year. Second, 64 bit software has improved security properties by way of improved address space layout randomization (ASLR), which makes exploitation more difficult.

  • Start64!The wait is finally over – Threecircles Recording Studio has finally upgraded to 64Bit! “A bit late?” I hear you cry? Well I subscribe to the old adage of “If it ain’t broke….” My system was moving along quite nicely on relatively old Mac OS (10.5 – Leopard) and I didn’t want to rock the boat.

  • Start64!I have compiled a very useful (as I think) 64 bit kernel for Slackware 12.0 – 14.1 and/or all Slackware derivatives. For example Slax, Zenwalk, SlackEX and Exton|Defender. The kernel is compiled exactly the same way as Slackware’s latest kernel huge. “My” kernel 3.12.6-exton has even more support for new hardware, etc. Kernel 3.12.6 is the latest stable kernel available from Kernel.org. Released 20131220.

  • Start64!I still use old MP600 and IP4200 printers because they and older Canon printers are refilling friendly. Because they do not have WiFi, so I use Airlink101 multi-function printer servers to make them network printers without losing USB features.

  • Start64!Canonical is now offering the 32-bit of its Ubuntu operating system, either the LTS or the regular one, as default, but this might change soon.

  • Start64!Internet Explorer 10 (IE10) for Windows 7 was released two months ago. According to our benchmarks results, IE10 brings some performance improvements. Even if you're not an IE fan, there are plenty of 3rd party applications that relay on it and some [lamer] websites that won't work on any other browser but IE. Therefore, we recommend that you update.

  • Start64!Here's how to convert your 32 bit windows to 64 bit. For this demonstration we use Windows 8, but it will work on most versions of Windows without a problem. All you have to do is make sure your computer is compatible with 64 bit by checking in your computer settings as shown in the video, and then install Windows 64 bit over your existing operating system.

  • Start64!Upgrade my computer to Windows 8 64bit Since the Price was cheap at 69.99USD

     

  • Start64!Those of us old enough to remember the Twitpocalypse of 2009 know how close Twitter came to utter destruction. Not that close, it turned out. Surprisingly, it seems that bloggers and journalists alike made it sound like a much bigger problem than it was, much like the Y2K bug before it.

  • Start64!Now that I've been beta testing Ableton Live 9, I've confirmed that you can't use your 32 bit plugins... or can you? *Since I can't release videos using Live 9 just yet, I'm doing this demo using Live 8 64 beta released last summer.

  • Start64!This session will cover differences between the Embarcadero C++Builder XE3 WIN32 and WIN64 C++Builder XE3 compilers, comparing keywords, macros, extensions and standards conformance of bcc32 and bcc64. The focus will be on strategies to port existing C++ Projects (ActiveX, WebBroker, SOAP, etc) and writing new code in a way that works for both Platforms.

  • Start64!You need to be very careful when you want to upgrade from a 32-bit version of Windows to a 64-bit version of Windows 8. Microsoft, for whatever reason, decided to make things complicated. If you run the Upgrade Advisor to buy a copy of Windows 8 online, you will always get the version of Windows 8 that is corresponding to the currently installed version of the operating system.

  • Start64!Not surprisingly, the release of Windows 8 has been accompanied by an avalanche of questions related to upgrading. And here’s a classic question: You’re running a 32-bit version of Windows XP, Vista, or 7, but you want to upgrade to a 64-bit version of Windows 8. How does that work?

  • Start64!This is a demo of how to convert a 32bit aggr to a 64bit aggr in NetApps Data Ontap system.

     

  • Start64!Alex Smith, a student developer involved with Google's Summer of Code, took up the challenge of porting the 32-bit Haiku to 64-bit. He was successful and got kernel and user-space components working in the x86_64 mode.

  • Start64!Today is an exciting day for the development team of PRTG. After months of development work our friendly automated buildmaster system "Jenkins" has built and uploaded the first public version of PRTG that uses a 64bit core server! You can now run PRTG with 64bit yourself by switching your PRTG installation to the "Canary" update channel (64bit Windows OS required).

  • Start64!Console install of Skype 4.0 and Teamviewer 7 on a 64 bit install of Xubuntu 12.04 LTS. At time of publication this is a valid install method for Ubuntu, Xubuntu and Lubuntu (no warrenties given or implied). This install method should be valid for 32 bit versions of the applications, just download the propper 32 bit versions ;-)

  • Start64!If you get this message whenever trying to run a HE game on a Windows Vista or Windows 7 64-bit...

     

  • Start64!New product offering in response to growing customer demand as shift to 64-bit environments continues -  VANCOUVER, BC – July 11, 2012 – Intrinsyc Software International, Inc. (TSX:ICS) (“Intrinsyc” or the “Company”), a leading software and engineering services company, today announced that it is developing a 64-bit version of its market leading bi-directional Java-COM bridging software, “J-Integra.” The new software release is expected in August 2012.

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