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Why do you think there is a 64-bit version of Reader? Do you think there
is any benefit to be gained by a 64-bit version?
Perhaps I am confusing information that states Reader supports 64bit Vista with there actually being a 64bit version of Reader. With 64bit Vista and XP having been out for some time I would think there should be a native 64bit version of Reader by now. As far as reasons, how about to take full advantage of the 8GB of RAM in my system. I like to multitask. If there isn't a 64bit version of Reader, is Adobe not going develop one?
As reader simply allows you to see pages and play movies and other audio
really has no need to address more memory. In the 64-bit version of
Vista it can handle the multitasking between different applications
32-bit and 64 bit much better. But I cannot imagine a Reader file that
could take advantage of the 64-bit memory space.
I assume that Adobe will write a 64-bit version of Reader when it is a
requirement of Windows. I think only Photoshop has a 64-bit version
right now. If all other applications of the Master Collection were not
re-written to take advantage of the 64-bit memory possibilities, I would
think you'll have a long waiting line. But then again I do not speak for
You can use Adobe Reader 9.