Poll: Are you using Windows 32 bit or 64 bit ?

Are you using Windows 32 bit or 64 bit ?

  • 32 bit

    Votes: 11 5.7%
  • 64 bit

    Votes: 178 92.7%
  • Commodore 64

    Votes: 3 1.6%

  • Total voters
    192

Star-Dust

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At some point I would like to move B4X to 64 bit. It is important to understand how many are still using a 32 bit OS.
What benefits would there be?
 

Star-Dust

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seems like nobody is using 32bit for now :)

I used it first. But to take advantage of 8GB of RAM, I now have Windows 64bit.
As performance I'm not looking at improvements.
When I put SSD on the other hand, the performances have grown evodevidly
 

AnandGupta

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Though I have both 32 and 64 bits, I use 64 bit more for development.

Regards,

Anand
 

thetahsk

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or maybe an unexpected hidden bluescreen..or an short delayed interference from
The Big Ear Wow! Signal(1977)

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Cableguy

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Been using 64bit for about a month now.
Win10pro came pre-installed in my "new" Lenovo L50. Before that, although I had a 64bit capable processor, I was using Win10 32bit version.
 
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The benefits of a 64bit system should not be questioned anymore.
I have been using the 64-bit version since Windwos-Xp, because CAD applications have long been a must.
 

Star-Dust

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The benefits of a 64bit system should not be questioned anymore.
I have been using the 64-bit version since Windwos-Xp, because CAD applications have long been a must.
But I do not use CAD :(
 

ac9ts

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I develop on 2 machines; 64-bit desktop, 32-bit (older) laptop. Both Win7.
 

Peter Simpson

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I almost voted 'Commodore 64', but I thought I better not as this is a serious poll. Adding this option is cool though @Erel, it put smiles on B4X developers faces lol :cool:

Been using 64bit for about a month now...I was using Win10 32bit version.
Really, whenever a new Windows is released I automatically purchase it (to make sure all my clients bespoke software will still work) and my first ever 64 bit Windows version was Vista.
 
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