Last updated on February 5th, 2013
With some of our smaller free tools, for example PrimalPad, we started creating 32 bit and 64 bit versions quite some time ago. There is no capacity reason for a text editor to be 64 bit, after all, your script probably won’t exceed 4 GB anytime soon. Users of our current versions know that, PrimalScript 2012 and PowerShell Studio 2012 which are 32 bit executables, fully support 64 bit OS varieties and languages. But there is just something to be said for running software that is native to your operating system. Eliminating subsystem layers and folder redirections are just two reasons that come to mind.
So, for the next generation of SAPIEN Software every single product will be available in 32 AND 64 bit versions. We will update some of the free tools to be available in both versions as well, if they are not already available in 64 bit.
In order to help us understand your environment a bit better, we posted a new poll here on our blog: “Are you using a 32 or 64 bit OS version?”
Please check it out and answer according to your current environment.