chrisadam12 wrote:Adobe has still not given any indication of when a 64 bit Windows version of their Flash Player will be made available, and the 32 bit version cannot be used in conjunction with a 64 bit browser under Windows 7 / Vista 64.
rlsymonds wrote:I was told thie following problem is the result of running OO on a 64-bit machine: OO runs fine but does not close properly. Consequently up to 5 versions run at once, considerably increasing CPU use. I discovered this through Task Manager. Then, erasing all but one version works, but the problem of course recurs. Can anyone tell me if this is caused by the 64-bit mismatch?
KoRnKloWn » Sat Jan 22, 2011 4:24 am wrote: "People can use any excuse they want, but if ANY software wants to survive, it MUST convert to 64-bit on ALL platforms, because all major operating systems are now 64 bit. You can move forward, or stay still and get left behind."
francois_c wrote:+1 for a 64-bit version.
With Windows, the problem is that 10 years after 64-bit systems have been released, you are still condemned to use mostly 32-bit apps.
swathikumar wrote:When I see OpenOffice.org site there is no 64 bit Windows version is available.
Is there any OpenOffice 3.2.1 available for windows 64 bit? If it is available please provide URL to download.
If it is NOT available at present then please let us know when it will be ready for available.
Thank you in advance.
|Edit: I see Tor's March 2011 experiment, viewtopic.php?f=49&t=752&p=212111#p183226, but I don't know what steps have been taken to make such a release.|
Just FYI, x86 was specifically designed to support both 32-bit and 64-bit applications.
DynV wrote:+1 for OO native on Win7 64bit
You know developers might know every pros and cons about 32bit VS 64bit but us simple users don't. I'm thinking of changing to IE because it's 64bit and I've been vocal to avoid IE at all cost. Yes the 64bit might just be psychological and in fact there is little to no advantage but until I know better, that's what I plan to do. I'd rather not end up having a set of programs both on 32 and 64 bit so I'd rather just jump the 64bit bandwagon right now that my system is fresh.
TerryE wrote:[..] but see http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/WindowsVista for further info
KoRnKloWn wrote:Also, think about it, once everything moves 64 bit, there will be no more need for 2 program folders, and 2 versions of things like Java!
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