V0RT3X wrote:Honestly if it was up to me, I'd not focus on 32-bit production.
Accept the fact It's 2018.
64-bit is what everyone is using, and if you're not then please UPGRADE. You'll be doing us all a favour.
The only thing 32-bit development does, is take away precious development time for future product development, because only a handful of people are using 32-bit systems these days.
Let 32-bit finally die..
What has it got to do with 2018?
You saying that like upgrading is an easy task. Well it isn't. Not for me. I have a grave illness which leaves me little or no energy. And re-installing Windows nowadays is a Gargantuan task! which I'm not up for!
Sure, the initial installation is swift and easy enough, but then comes the aftermath:
- one has to download like a million updates AND must be careful about it to dodge M$'s snooping 'telemetry' and 'preparational' updates!
(M$ is dying to take away our 'computer autonomy'. That's why I also avoid W10 like the Plague! )
So, no, I'm not up to it, and I'm all alone, so have no-one to do it for me, and also no funds to pay fees to hire someone to do it for me.
So I'll keep using W7-32 until my computer (or I ) gives up the ghost.
And later on, when M$ abandones W7 I'll probably switch to Linux because at its current course Window$ is a dead end to me. Will see when the time comes. (At least Linux doesn't require a million updates!)