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
VShell 3.0 Server for Windows and UNIX
In a network environment where you are confronted daily with new security threats to fight with limited resources, you need technology that is secure, professionally supported, and based on open standards. The VShell server lets you close Telnet and FTP security holes with a commercially supported Secure Shell package, fulfilling your need for secure network administration, file transfer, and end-user access on a variety of Windows, Linux, and UNIX platforms.
rnWith the VShell server you can save critical admin time by tracking network conditions with automation tools like triggers. Exercise precise access management through VShell's Access Control Lists (ACLs) and SFTP virtual directories. You deploy VShell solutions cost-effectively with four focused editions: Admin, Workgroup, Enterprise, and the Custom modular option.
REPORT TO US: This software is not 64-bit native!!!