Windows XP Professional x64 Edition Mini-Review

Discussion in 'Windows 64bit' started by Andre Da Costa, Sep 12, 2005.

  1. Andre Da Costa, Sep 12, 2005
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  2. Dennis Gordon, Sep 12, 2005
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  3. Andre Da Costa

    Gatos Loco Guest

    On Mon, 12 Sep 2005 09:57:44 -0700, "Andre Da Costa"
    <> wrote:

    >Paul Thurrott has done a nice little mini-review of Windows XP Professional
    >x64, check it out:
    >http://www.winsupersite.com/reviews/windowsxp_x64.asp



    TweakUI is available for 64 bit. There are some print drivers
    available and Creative also supports XP, as well as wacom tablets, and
    some wireless network drivers are available. Hasrdware support may be
    leaqn but it isn't non existent.

    Video editing in XP 64 blows doors on 32bit XP, even with 32bit
    programs. Nero works for Burning. Avast offers free for non commercial
    use Virus software.

    This guy could of done some better research.

    I wasn't able to load Premiere 6 but pro 1.5 loads fine.

    Over all I have had very few problems with XP 64. Mostly Canons lack
    of support has been dissapointing, but I have mentioned before I have
    32 bit systems to input/output files on if neccessary. Also, Canon is
    starting to support their newer products. Working digitally in XP 64
    has been a good experience for me. With the files that I generate I
    have no problems sending them to 32 bit systems or Macs.

    I don't see what the problem is.

    gato loco
    Gatos Loco, Sep 12, 2005
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  4. Andre Da Costa

    Bob Guest

    Everything worked perfect for me right out of the box with the exception of
    my Canon Scanner. I use mainly all graphics software like Autocad 2006,
    Coreldarw 12, Canvas X, Photoshop, etc...and I REALLY notice a performance
    increase!
    >
    >>Paul Thurrott has done a nice little mini-review of Windows XP
    >>Professional
    >>x64, check it out:
    >>http://www.winsupersite.com/reviews/windowsxp_x64.asp

    >
    >
    > TweakUI is available for 64 bit. There are some print drivers
    > available and Creative also supports XP, as well as wacom tablets, and
    > some wireless network drivers are available. Hasrdware support may be
    > leaqn but it isn't non existent.
    >
    > Video editing in XP 64 blows doors on 32bit XP, even with 32bit
    > programs. Nero works for Burning. Avast offers free for non commercial
    > use Virus software.
    >
    > This guy could of done some better research.
    >
    > I wasn't able to load Premiere 6 but pro 1.5 loads fine.
    >
    > Over all I have had very few problems with XP 64. Mostly Canons lack
    > of support has been dissapointing, but I have mentioned before I have
    > 32 bit systems to input/output files on if neccessary. Also, Canon is
    > starting to support their newer products. Working digitally in XP 64
    > has been a good experience for me. With the files that I generate I
    > have no problems sending them to 32 bit systems or Macs.
    >
    > I don't see what the problem is.
    >
    > gato loco
    Bob, Sep 12, 2005
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