Revisiting 64-bit-ness in Visual Studio and elsewhere

Posted by: Rico Marianis Performance Tidbits, on 29 Dec 2015 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

The topic of 64-bit Visual Studio came up again in a tweet and, as usual, I held my ground on why it is the way it is.  Pretty predictable.  But it’s not really possible to answer questions about your position in a tweet, hence this posting. I’m going to make some generalizations to make a point and you should really not use those generalizations to make specific conclusions about specific situations.  This is as usual in the spirit of giving approximately correct advice...

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