paul at researchware.com
Fri May 24 07:58:38 EDT 2019
If I recall correctly:
Windows 2000 and XP were only 32-bit
Windows Vista and WIndows 7 came in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions (you
have to buy the version you wanted. They were sold separately)
Windows 8, 8.1, and 10 are available ONLY as 64-bit OSes
So, while Microsoft maintains 32-bit compatibility and probably will for
several more versions of their OSes simply to support the massive amount
of old programs people still run, they have encouraged that all new apps
be 64-bit for some time now.
On 5/24/2019 2:51 AM, Richmond via use-livecode wrote:
> Err . . . here are several goofy questions from a non-Windows user.
> 1. Will 32-bit Windows builds work on all current deployments of the
> Windows OS?
> 2. Which current deployments of the Windows OS 'prefer' 64-bit
> 3. Why is there only one version of LiveCode for Macintosh? Should Mac
> users feel hard done by?
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