On 2011-03-04 5:17 PM, Lyle Giese wrote:
> Neil Herber (nospam) wrote:
>> On 2011-03-04 3:00 PM, Kevin Gagel wrote:
>>> Yes, but that doesn't mean you can't install surgemail, a 32bit
>> Windoze 64-bit can install and run both 32- and 64-bit applications.
> Only if the 32 bit app was built with 64 bit compatible DLL's.
> At one of my customer's, we run some workstation control apps that are
> centrally controlled. The Server piece for some of them is 32 bit and
> is not compatible with 64 bit Windows. We are engaging those vendors
> now. Give us at least 64 bit compatible utilities or you won't get our
> renewal dollars.
> Test. Test and test again.
That really surprises me because I have not encountered a single
instance where a 32-bit application would not work - and many of them
are (I think) too old to have been built with 64-bit compatible DLLs.
One oddity I did encounter was with the Java RE - I had to install both
the 64- and 32-bit versions to get some applications to run. And the
64-bit control panel clobbers the 32-bit one.
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