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