For Windows there is no 64-bit version.
Why do you assert that you need the 64-bit version? What specific issues do you face?
just faced not responding issue while adding one comment (say stamp) in an PDF file.
Ok, you faced this issue. Why do you connect it with 32-bit/64-bit? I don't understand.
I need 64-bit as well. I am on WINDOWS 10.
The acrobat DC is very slow at opening and saving files; it also gets a little laggy when I switch different adobe windows.
This should not be happening especially since I have samsung ssd 850 pro installed and my microsoft word and excel work fine and do not lag.
This must be because it's 64-bit.
Why isin't there an option to specifically download adobe acrobat DC as 64-bit?
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There is no 64 bit version at all. You have a problem but ZI cannot imagine why you think it is related to 32/64 bit. All that 64 bit software does differently is allow you to use more than 2 gigabytes of memory. Have you checked the memory used?
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Thank you for your reply.
My laptop has 16 GB RAM; So it is not an issue and I have checked 'About My PC' The operating system is 64 bit.
I believe that adobe would be more fluid because it is similar to microsoft office is it not?
They offer two versions to install and they say the same thing that 64-bit requires operating system requirement to be met and it will take more RAM.
I just don't understand why there isin't a 64 bit version of Adobe Acrobat DC.
Are you sure?
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Yes, I am sure. You have been tricked by marketing people who tell us that 32 bit software is old fashioned and only 64 bit is worthwhile. They imply that 32 bit software will not really work properly, but this is not right. The ONLY thing you gain is the ability to have one EXE use more memory than 2GB (rarely, 3GB). Otherwise they are equal, in Windows. (On Mac, Apple have said 32 bit will be removed one day soon, so there is a reason to convert).
So, I asked, have you checked the memory used? I mean, by Acrobat? Does it use close to 2 GB? If not there would be nothing to be gained.
Hi there. I have the same issues here. Rolling circle while adding a comment (sign field). And there is only one core of my proccesor running at 100% and the other 15 cores are bored.
Acrobat will only ever use one core. We've established this isn't a 32-/64-bit issue, but your problem remains. A question for you: are you signing the file over and over, perhaps "on each page"? That will do this, and isn't a good thing.
No, I am signing single files and while preparing a form field for somebody else to be signed at clicking on the field of the email address it ends up in an spinning circle. One Core is running 100%. It doesn’t end. I have to kill the Programm.
Perhaps you have been tricked by your production team to permit this insufficient-quality, frequent-crashing with large files program to remain en vogue. I need to use much more than 2GB of RAM and scroll through and convert 10 000 page PDF files. Currently, Acrobat Pro DC crashes each time that I try to convert an 800 page PDF file to .docx.
Please listen to your customers and give us 64-bit service.