Which version did you install? 32 or 64

#61
Will this one be x64 bit this time for sure? I reckon 10.1 was x64 experimental as well. ;)

Anyway, IE9 x32 is gonna easily beat IE8x64. So, I'm more anxious to see IE9 final rather than Flash x64. The last one is just a good idea. :)
 


#63
Thankyou for your reply TorrentG can i ask one thing though ?Would or have you downloaded this ?and why do they call it flashplayer square? Sorry if these are dumb questions but im no expert..Thanks
 


#64
Thankyou for your reply TorrentG can i ask one thing though ?Would or have you downloaded this ?and why do they call it flashplayer square? Sorry if these are dumb questions but im no expert..Thanks
You're welcome. No, I don't have it because I don't have any hardware here capable of 64 bit.

It's discussed here and seems to be doing well:

Adobe releases 64-bit Flash
 


#65
All explained thanks again. You deserve a pay rise TorrentG. lol
 


MikeHawthorne

Essential Member
Microsoft Community Contributor
#66
64 bit for me, my computer has 8 Gigs of ram so I didn't have any other option.
But I have had only a few compatibility problems, all have been resolved now.

I had to buy the latest version of Adobe Indesigh, and I had to get 3rd party software to run my scanner.

Epson seems to be really out of it when it comes to 64 bit drivers.
Kind of makes me mad since I was able to get software from someone else to run my Epson scanner, why can't they do it.
 


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