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While MS may produce 'suites' they also produce a lot more - they seem to be producing a lot of games as well - are any of those aimed at the 64 bit market (or even in 64 bit versions)?

 

You need to remember one basic fact - most end users aren't willing (or can't afford) to completely switch from their current hardware/software with the added problems of having to reinstall every single thing (and for SOHO businesses that's too expensive an option due to down time) so most softwarer producers will produce for the market that is there

 

I do run a 64 bit OS btw - I quad boot between XP 32, XP 64, Vista 32 (not crazy enough to use the 64 bit version) and Gentoo Linux (all apps there ARE compiled to 64 bit operation)

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I don't think anything is optimised for 64 bit OSs to be honest. I think there are some 64 bit gadgets in EMC 10 (but I never found them in XP 64 when I did the testing

 

Even MS hasn't produced a 64 bit program - all their stuff runs in the x86 folder (including Office 2007) :lol:

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I don't think anything is optimised for 64 bit OSs to be honest. I think there are some 64 bit gadgets in EMC 10 (but I never found them in XP 64 when I did the testing

 

Even MS hasn't produced a 64 bit program - all their stuff runs in the x86 folder (including Office 2007) :lol:

It would be nice to have VideoWave coded to 64 bit. Also it would be nice if Roxio posted the details of OS compatibility. Just saying XP and Vista leaves a lot of uncertainty.

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It would be nice to have VideoWave coded to 64 bit. Also it would be nice if Roxio posted the details of OS compatibility. Just saying XP and Vista leaves a lot of uncertainty.

Thanks for the suggestions.

 

All of Easy Media Creator 10 is fully compatible with 64 bit XP or Vista. We have no "64 bit" version of any component of Easy Media Creator (specifically compiled for 64 bit systems).

 

EMC 10 is compatible with Windows XP, Service Pack 2... any version (Home, Professional, Media Center Edition)... or any version of Windows Vista.

 

Tom

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It would be even nicer if MS hadn't crippled the 64 bit version of Vista - google round for Vista 64 bit problems and you'll see what I mean - VERY fast

 

For starters - the VB scripting is either disabled (according to some) or totally missing (according to others)

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I don't think anything is optimised for 64 bit OSs to be honest. I think there are some 64 bit gadgets in EMC 10 (but I never found them in XP 64 when I did the testing
In point of fact there are many applications already ported to the Win64 environment. For a list of some, visit the following URL.

 

http://www.neowin.net/forum/index.php?show...330290&st=0

 

I think you'll be surprised at the number of applications listed if you review all four pages.

 

Even MS hasn't produced a 64 bit program - all their stuff runs in the x86 folder (including Office 2007) :lol:
Microsoft, like Roxio, tends to build their applications in "suites". It's far more complicated to rebuild an entire suite than say recompile SQL to run on Win64.
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