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OT - How to tell if a program or dll is 32bit/64bit

 
 
Carlos
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      02-08-2010
Hi,
I found this very small and freeware utility that will surely ask the
question in the subject very easily.
Tested in Win 7 x64, integrates into Windows Explorer.
http://www.silurian.com/win32/inspect.htm
Carlos
 
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Bobby Johnson
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      02-08-2010
Thanks, Carlos! This is one of the best finds lately. Definitely will
give people wanting to know the information they seek.


On 2010-02-08 05:45, Carlos wrote:
> Hi,
> I found this very small and freeware utility that will surely ask the
> question in the subject very easily.
> Tested in Win 7 x64, integrates into Windows Explorer.
> http://www.silurian.com/win32/inspect.htm
> Carlos

 
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