Comparison chart of the copy time (DVD-Cloner 64-bit vs. DVD-Cloner 32-bit)
Copy time may vary with your computer configuration, burn speed and the contents of the movie. We recently performed a test of copying a DVD-9 movie (The Golden Compass, 8.0GB) to a DVD-5 disc respectively with DVD-Cloner 64-bit and DVD-Cloner 32-bit. It took about 55 minutes for DVD-Cloner 32-bit to finish the DVD copy while the copy time for DVD-Cloner 64-bit is only about 35 minutes, much faster than DVD-Cloner 32-bit!
Knowledge about DVD-Cloner 64-bit
64-bit refers to the bits number that can be processed or transmitted in parallel or bits number used for single element in a data format. While 64-bit computing is the use of processors that have data path widths, integer size, and memory addresses of 64 bits wide. A 64-bit register can store 264 different values and a processor with 64-bit memory addresses can directly access 264 bytes of memory. A 64-bit CPU can handle much more memory and larger files than a 32-bit CPU. 32-bit computer systems can only hold up to 4GB of RAM while 64-bit computer systems can hold up to 1000GB of memory. So 64-bit desktop systems keep ahead of 32-bit desktop systems in many aspects, especially for larger storage capacity and higher performance speed.
Can 64-bit programs run on a 32-bit computer? If the program is specifically designed for the 64-bit version of Windows, it won't work on the 32-bit version of Windows. However, most 32-bit programs will work on the 64-bit version of Windows, except for some antivirus programs. Meanwhile, 64-bit device drivers won't work on computers running a 32-bit version of Windows.
Most versions of Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7 and Windows Vista are available in 64-bit format. However, only Windows XP Professional is available in 64-bit format. Meanwhile, all versions of Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP are also available in 32-bit format.
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