Partition 64 bit systems with 64 bit Partition Manager
Why we need to partition 64 bit systems?
According to statistics, 64 bit systems are the trend going into the future.
The 64 bits system is more technologically advanced than 32 bits systems. Although presently most computer users still use 32 bit system, 64 bit systems is anticipated to replace 32 bit systems in the near future.
At the end of 2008, 25% of Vista users in United States use 64 bit System. 64 bits System are becoming more and more popular as memory becomes cheaper and cheaper.
According to a related report, Windows are inclined to be more oriented towards 64 bit versions in the future. This indicates that perhaps sometime in the future, 64 bit systems will overtake 32 bit systems.
What is 64 bit system?
Since 64 bit system is the trend, what are 64 bit systems?
64 bit systems refer to systems that run on the computers with 64 bit CPUs. 64 bit system performs better than 32 bit system. It can handle much more information and utilize much more memory than 32 bit system. This helps to minimize the time spent swapping processes in and out of memory by storing more of those processes in Random Access Memory (RAM) rather than on the hard disk. This, in turn, can increase overall program performance.
64 bit systems are useful in the server environment, since servers emphasize performance over everything else.
However, few partition management software can run on 64 bit systems. Most software are designed for 32 bit systems.
Thus, 64 bit partition management is often inaccessible to common computer users, and a partition manager that can support 64 bit partition and run on 64 bit systems is in great need.
To meet this need, MT Solution developed a powerful partition manager that can run on 64 bit systems and work well with 64 bit partitions.