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Read before you buy a 64 bit system.
Are you looking to Update that old computer, looking at the new 64 bit systems, -vs- the 32 bit systems in use today. Will Drivers Daily Log work with the 64 bit systems? There are a few things to consider, before you do.
1. In order to print using a 64 bit -vs- 32 bit system, you will need to update your printer driver to a 64 bit driver. Most printer manufacture are NOT going to release a 64 bit driver, causing most of the software to not print, they want you to Update to a newer printer. Visit the web site of your printer manufacture, and see if they have made a 64 bit driver for your printer before purchasing a 64 bit system, or purchase a new printer at the sam time. If not you will need to purchase a printer that does have 64 bit drivers.
2. In our testing, there are several other programs that will not run under 64 bit systems.
1. Form Max
2. Co-Pilot 11
3. Old Printers (Older than 2 years old, no 64 bit drivers.)
At this time we do not recommend the 64 bit systems as you can run into more hardware and software problems, unless you are an advance computer user, stay with 32 bit systems, for a few year more. Than all systems and hardware will be 64 bit.
There are very few software programs that use the 64 bit system, mainly games, and big databases, spreadsheets can use this, and you see an improvement, I would guess 98% will not see any improvement.
Drivers Daily Log will run on a 64 bit system just fine, however we are receiving reports that some of the Print Modules will not run under the 64 bit systems. Some will run as long as the 64 bit print driver installed.
Drivers Daily log is a Windows 32 bit software program. as such that is the only version we can support. You take any and all risk, by running any other hardware or software. In order words, if you need a Print Module stick with 32 bit systems for now.
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