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    IrFanView 64 Bit

    Hey Y'all,

    Just a little information here. Today I installed the 64 bit version and it installed and worked just fine...until!

    I had set it to the default so when I doubled clicked on a jpeg file it popped up with a message that it had stopped working. Wash, rinse, repeat same result.

    Open it from a desktop shortcut, works just fine.

    My conclusion is that even though I'm running 64 bit windows File Explorer is still a 32 bit program and can't call a 64 bit program.

    Reinstalled the 32 bit version and all is well.

    Just thought y'all would like to know.

    HTH
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    I'm running the 64bit version on my Surface Pro 3 with Win10/64. Only issue I know of is that the file associations didn't get set when it was installed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RetiredGeek View Post

    Reinstalled the 32 bit version and all is well.

    Just thought y'all would like to know.

    HTH
    I am thinking about going to the 32 bit version of PaleMoon as I have had problems w/ the 64 bit. For whatever the reasons the 32 bit versions maybe more stable.
    David

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