64-bit versions of Microsoft’s very own Windows operating system are expected to face a new wave of attacks next year, especially from more advanced malware specifically developed for this type of platform.
MuvAudio2 is an audio conversion tool that allows you to convert audio files such as WMA, MP3, FLAC, OGG, MP4 and more, with additional features including automatically retrieving album art and lyrics into the converted files.
New version! - The Amiga Explorer networking software makes it possible to access the resources of an Amiga computer from one or more Windows systems. Configuration is extremely simple and by default requires only a few mouse clicks on the Windows side.
We have released the update of our Effect pedals, the current version now is 1.0.7 and is available for immediate download. The new version improves compatibility with some DAWs, fixes minor problems, but most importantly, introduces 64-bit versions of the plug-ins.
WOW64Menu allows using shell context menu of 32-bit applications on x64 editions of Windows. It adds "Show WOW64 Menu" command to context menu of objects on Desktop and in Windows Explorer. When choosing this command a new context menu including 32-bit applications will be shown.
Win+X Menu Editor serves to provide you a simple and useful way to edit Win+X menu without system files modification in Windows 8. It keeps untouched your system integrity.
This is a question I have faced several times during my career in enterprise software development. Every once in awhile I’ve had to hand out recommendations for configuring a specific new environment. And more often than not, part of the question at hand was related to “Should I use a 32- or a 64-bit JVM”. To be honest, in the beginning I just flipped the coin. Instead of giving a reasoned answer. (Sorry, bros!) But by now I have gathered some more insight on this and thought to share it with you.
New version! - The 12noon Timekeeper provides you with more information about the date and time than the simple Windows clock in your taskbar notification area. Timekeeper also gives you quick and easy access to a calendar.
RegistryCleaner can fully scan the registry of both Windows 32-bit or 64-bit systems. You will see the scanning result sorted by distinctions, and you will be able to repair all the incorrect items in registry. RegistryCleaner scans the full registry with double engines, to get the scanning result more faster and more accurate. It offers a better solution to back up the entire registry than other registry backup tools.
Where is the 64-bit version of the Firefox web browser for the Windows operating system? That’s a question that I have been asking myself for the past couple of years, probably ever since I updated to a 64-bit version of Windows 7 Professional. Mozilla is offering 64-bit versions of the browser for Mac and Linux, but Windows, the operating system that is used by the majority of Internet users? There have been nightly and custom builds of 64-bit versions of Firefox, but that is about it.
This updated and improved guide covers all the major operating systems including the newly released Microsoft Windows 8 & Google's Chrome OS
Mozilla Engineering Manager Benjamin Smedberg last Friday quietly posted a thread over on the Google Groups mozilla.dev.planning discussion board titled “Turning off win64 builds.” By Wednesday, Smedberg had declared that the 64-bit version of Firefox for Windows would never see the light of day.
New version! - Created by Daniel Pistelli, a freeware suite of tools including a process viewer and a PE editor called CFF Explorer. The PE editor has full support for PE32/64. Special fields description and modification (.NET supported), utilities, rebuilder, hex editor, import adder, signature scanner, signature manager, extension support etc. First PE editor with support for .NET internal structures.
The first release candidate for Linux Mint 14 was announced yesterday, but it seems that the distribution has a problem with 32-bit applications. The Linux Mint developers have issued a note stating that the 32-bit support is not included the Linux Mint 14 RC.
The inserting and extracting instructions are mostly from SSE 4.1 (the PINSRW and PEXTRW are from SSE2). They can move any element from an SSE register to an x86 register (extract) or move an x86 register's value to any element in an SSE register.