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I have an HP a1130n computer with a 64 bit microprocessor. Does InDesign CS2 take advantage of 64 bit technology. If not, will the next version? Lou...

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    Default ID CS2 and 64 bit processor

    I have an HP a1130n computer with a 64 bit microprocessor. Does InDesign CS2 take advantage of 64 bit technology. If not, will the next version?

    Lou
    Lou_Blazquez@adobeforums.com Guest

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    No, InDesign 4 does not explicitly take advantage of 64-bit technology. Please be advised that NO Adobe applications are certified under Windows XP 64-bit edition and you run them at your own risk.

    In terms of a "next version," Adobe does not normally pre-announce features.

    - Dov
    Dov Guest

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    Dov, do you know of tests when InDesign and the rest of the Creative
    Suite was tested on 64bit processors running under normal 32bit WinXP?
    Im planning to get a new laptop the end of year, and it will most likely
    be a 64bit machine (hard to get a new fast machine without 64bit), but
    with old windows, and I want to be sure CS/CS2 will run there.

    Jens
    Jens Guest

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    It will run on the hardware under standard Windows XP (Pro and Home); all bets are off on the 64-bit edition of Windows XP.

    - Dov
    Dov Guest

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    Jens,

    Of course ID runs on a 64-bit processor with the 32-bit edition of Windows. I'm using an AMD 64 and I'm sure several other users have one. It's the 64-bit edition of Windows that's not guaranteed to work.

    Teus
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    Dov, Teus,

    thanks for the feedback, now I can shovel my money out of the window for
    the new machine with no need to worry.

    Jens
    Jens Guest

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    I can tell all of you that so far my HP a1130n has been running Photoshop CS2 and InDesign CS2 quicker than my previous computers, a Compaq laptop (which I had to send back three times since Jan.) and another generic desktop. I have had no problems so far. I bought the HP two weeks ago and it came with Windows. Whether it is 64 bit Windows, I haven't a clue.

    Is there is a way you want me to test both programs to see if there is a problem? If it will cause an explosion and there is a wall to hide behind, or a compaq laptop, I'll try it.

    Lou
    Lou_Blazquez@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Dear Lou,

    thanks for your lust of adventure, but it is okay when you just say (as
    you did) it works on the AMD Athlon 64 3500+ in your HP notebook, no
    need to demolish your house... ;-)

    Jens
    Jens Guest

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