ARM will announce its first 64-bit processors later this year for servers and high-end smartphones, and is also taking steps to build up software support for the processor designs, said CEO Warren East earlier this week. The first 64-bit processors will be licensed to device makers and based on the ARMv8 architecture, which was announced in October. The 64-bit processors will be in volume production by 2014, after which it will reach devices, East said.
Introduced back in October last year, ADATA’s Premier memory series has just received the addition of a new set of 8GB memory modules, working at 1600MHz speeds, that are available in both DIMM and SO-DIMM form factors. Compared to standard memory, these new Premier series modules are built only with DRAM chips that go through an extensive burn-in process designed to eliminate the parts that have a tendency to fail.
As we posted earlier, Blizzard has released the information necessary to get the 64-bit client up and running with the live patch 4.3.2 servers. Please remember that this 64-bit client is still in beta, even though you can play the live (non-PTR) game with it. This means that you might experience unexpected crashes and other bugs. Be sure that if you do experience them, you report them right away so Blizzard can fix everything up.
There's some confusion out there with regards to the 64-bit client, and while there's not an official blue post today about it, there is a fair amount of information from previous blue posts from which we can put together a pretty accurate picture.
wxCommander is a new two-panel file manager. It comes with a few unique features (iso, a great text editor) and is built to last, created with the best software development tools available. It comes in two editions, one for Windows 7/Vista/XP and one for Windows 95/98/ME
The video demonstrates PickMeApp functionality by capturing Photoshop CS4 on Windows XP 32Bit and re-installing the application on Windows 7 64Bit
DimplesAkaKaren noticed that Windows came with two versions of Internet Explorer. She asked the Answer Line forum which she should use. - The 64-bit versions of Windows 7 and Vista come with both 32- and 64-bit variations of Internet Explorer. But the operating systems default to using the 32-bit brower.
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Review of Linux Mint Debian 201012 64bit & How-to Install Tutorial on AMD Athlon64 x2 Compaq Laptop. This is a Live Action video rather than a Screencast.
This is a video tutorial request for dougartwohl. This game doesn't work naturally inside Windows 7 64-bit, but using Windows XP 32bit inside a virtual machine, life suddenly becomes gold again.
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SuperEdi is a text editor with syntax coloring and build-in FTP client. The build-in directory tree helps you locate files quickly without opening the Windows Explorer. Context sensitive information is available via keyword lookup in any Windows help file. The editor is extendable using executable programs, text clips and automation scripts. SuperEdi supports Unicode UTF-8, UTF-16 as well as many locale- specific encodings.
Get all the features of Windows classic Start menu back into Windows 7! Seven Classic Start returns the convenience of Windows original Start menu to Windows 7 users, making the new system easier to master for users of Windows XP and Vista.
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The newest build for Zemana AntiLogger, one of the best solutions against all sorts of logging, brings to the table repairs that affected all available modules.