64-bit stands for 64 bits per cycle. Each computer can process a certain amount of bits per cycle and this factor is one of the most countable when it comes to the processing power of a machine.
Sep 29, 2009
When running on x64 hardware, you have two options. First, to run in native 64-bit mode. This means all the applications running need to be 64-bit. The second is to run worker processes in 32-bit...
Sep 3, 2008
I, and most people use, a 32-bit (x86) version of Windows. “So what?” you may...
Aug 5, 2008
64-bit CD/DVDCD/DVD 64-bit native applications are used to burn or copy CDs and DVDs. Also this category includes other types of x64 programs like image creating applications to make software images in .ISO and other formats ans store them on your hard drive. Another type of 64-bit native programs that will be useful for you when you have CD and DVD images is emulators. These programs are used to mount and open CDs and DVDs stored on your hard drive as disk-images.