01-27-2012 02:55 AM
I would like to add my contribution to the topic after having discussed already the point on the forum.
The trend is to generalize 64 bits, at operating system level, but at application level as well. So, I do believe that add-ons providers should follow, as it was recently done by Adobe for Flash. It's only with full convergence that full performance improvement will be obtained at the end. For IE 9 limitations, JIT story is known but I am convinced that solving it is also part of convergence process and will come too.
In that context, I do believe Norton add-ons should be provided in 64 bits too. As soon as possible.
02-12-2012 02:36 PM
Does Norton really need a vote on this? x64 architecture is inevitable, and I'm sure Norton realizes this. It is disappointing that it has taken them (you) so long to implement it. Meanwhile, I'll "vote" for it.
02-16-2012 09:00 AM
I have Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit and Norton Identity Safe works with IE9 32 bit. However, I also have Office 2010 64 bit and it has intermittent problems activating IE9 32 BIT when I click on links in the Outlook email messages. Outlook often hangs and I have to use the Windows Close/Restart function to resolve the hang.
64 bit is here to stay and I want to continue to use NIS 2012/Identity Safe. I hope NIS is changed to use 64 bit soon so that I will not have to change to a different product.