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  1. Windows 10: The 64-bit version of OneDrive is now available for more users In April, Microsoft confirmed its plan to give the OneDrive program the 64-bit treatment to improve the overall experience on Windows 10. As per a message posted on the admin center, OneDrive 64-bit general availability was delayed until the mid of April and the rollout is now expected to complete by mid of May (later this week). The new edition of OneDrive is designed for everyone with school, home and business accounts, and it will supplement the existing 32-bit version. If you have a 32-bit version or a 64-bit version of Windows, you can continue to use the existing OneDrive program, which is in 32-bit format. However, if you plan to use large files and if you want to transfer a lot of files, and you have a computer that’s running a 64-bit version of Windows 10, the brand-new OneDrive client should be your preferred choice. This is because Windows 10 PCs with 64-bits processors have more resources and can handle additional processing power. As a result, 64-bit apps can also perform better and improve the overall synchronization process. OneDrive is built into Windows and Microsoft has confirmed that it will quietly update the program to 64-bit if you meet the requirements. “We are making a 64-bit version of the OneDrive sync client available for Windows,” Microsoft said. “[The] rollout should be mid-April through mid-May (previously end of April) following the normal. We will silently update user devices from the 32-bit version to the 64-bit version. All functionality is the same as it is in the 32-bit installation.” You can always verify the device’s configuration by heading to Settings > System > About. Under the “Device Specifications”, look for the system type to confirm whether the processor is 32-bit or 64-bit. Once upgraded, the OneDrive desktop will be able to perform better on supported systems and gain access to greater amounts of resources, which should speed up the backup and sync process, especially when you have a huge number of files. As per the roadmap, OneDrive for Android will also get better this month. For example, users can now move through PDF by typing the page number in Jump to Page. In addition to OneDrive, other Microsoft 365 products like Microsoft Teams will be updated as well. For example, Microsoft is expanding the rollout of Teams’ new PowerPoint Live integration to include macOS. Source: Windows 10: The 64-bit version of OneDrive is now available for more users
  2. Microsoft releases 64-bit version of OneDrive for Windows sync client in public preview Microsoft has released today a 64-bit version of its OneDrive for Windows sync client in public preview. The new 64-bit version of the app doesn’t include any new features, but it should run more efficiently on PCs running a 64-bit version of Windows 10. “The 64-bit version is the right choice if you plan to use large files, if you have a lot of files, and if you have a computer that’s running a 64-bit version of Windows,” the OneDrive team explained today. Be aware that the OneDrive 64-bit version is can only be installed on AMD64 devices, and for now Windows 10 on ARM PCs only support the 32-bit version of the sync client. In the Microsoft 365 Admin center, the company also announced that the new 64-bit version of OneDrive will automatically replace the 32-version when it starts rolling out to all Windows users later this month. If you don’t want to wait, you can download the public preview of the OneDrive 64-bit client from this link. Source: Microsoft releases 64-bit version of OneDrive for Windows sync client in public preview
  3. I have HP Pavilion DV6-2174-TX Notebook PC which has no official support for Windows 8 from HP.But i downloaded drivers from here and it worked for Windows 8.After i clean installed Windows 8.1 Pro with WMC,i tried the driver for Nvidia GeForce 105M Graphics card from Windows update as well as from Nvidia website.I experience random BSODs Even if i don't install/update the driver i get BSOD?I tried Driver Magician but resulted in BSOD.BSOD is always related to Nvidia driver. Do you suggest any reliable software for updating my driver? Does anyone the way to install Win 8 driver on WIn 8.1?
  4. Intel says that Windows 8.1 tablets with the 64-bit SKU will begin to go on sale sometime in the first quarter of 2014 using the company's latest Atom processor. The news came as part of a recent investor meeting at Intel. PC World reports that CEO Brian Krzanich stated that the 64-bit Windows 8.1 tablet products will use the new Bay Trail version of the low-powered Atom processor. That same chip will also be used inside tablets that will have a 64-bit version of Android, but they will be released sometime after the Windows 8.1 tablets. The 64-bit version of Windows 7 and Windows 8/8.1 have been far more popular for desktop and notebook devices than the 32-bit version. A recent update of the Steam hardware survey showed that over 66 percent of the users of Valve's game download service had either the 64-bit version of Windows 7 or 8 installed on their PCs. Source
  5. Although we assumed that Samsung would announce its first 64-bit Exynos processor at MWC 2014, this did not happen. Instead, the South Korean company presented the Exynos 5422 Octa and Exynos 5260 Hexa SoCs, which are impressive on their own, but still use the 32-bit ARMv7 architecture. Nevertheless, the first 64-bit processor made by Samsung will likely be introduced this year, according to CNET. Kyushik Hong, VP of marketing for Samsung's system LSI business, told CNET that "64-bit is very important - in the sense that there's a real demand, whether you need it or not." The exec concluded that Samsung is “very actively working on” developing its first 64-bit processor (we're guessing that this will be included in the Exynos family). Although Qualcomm, Intel, Nvidia, Marvell, and even MediaTek have already announced 64-bit processors, Samsung is not worried. Its 64-bit chip “will be ready whenever the operating systems and ecosystem go 64-bit,” reportedly declared Kyushik Hong. In other words, Samsung is still waiting for Google to optimize Android for full 64-bit support. Last year, Apple introduced its own 64-bit ARMv8 processor, the A7, which powers the iPhone 5S, the iPad Air and the iPad Mini 2 - these are the world's first commercially available mobile devices that come with 64-bit processors. Source
  6. Samsung is teasing a chipset announcement by means of its official Exynos Twitter client. The teaser shows a bull going after a red flag, Corrida style. The name Exynos Infinity and a description entailing Samsung's latest innovations are all we got from the teaser, though. As for the architecture, we've heard Samsung will include 64-bit ARMv8 processors into its 2014 flagships, but it's unclear if those will be of the Cortex-A5x series or some custom developed ones. There's an outside chance that this will be the new chip powering the Galaxy S5 smartphone, although it's far more likely that the flagship settles for a Snapdragon 805 or an older-gen Exynos. Apple took the mobile world by surprise with its 64-bit A7 chip and so far Qualcomm has only responded in the form of an mid-range 64-bit Snapdragon 410 so it seems logical that Samsung will counter with a powerful next-gen 64-bit Exynos of its own. Source
  7. Intel has confirmed that the company’s first Android tablets will be arriving in time for spring, packing quad-core 64-bit Bay Trail processors. Intel CEO, Brian Krzanich, told an investor earnings call on Thursday that Intel powered Android tablets would start showing up in Q2 2014, allaying fears following the lack of Intel/Android products at CES. Previously Intel has limited itself to Windows tablets, Bay Trail versions of which should be arriving sometime this quarter. The move into Android is part of Intel’s plan to diversity into a platform with a larger market share, but the sudden change in direction has caused a slight delay in Bay Trail’s Android release. This schedule could put Intel on track to be the first chip manufacturer to release a 64-bit Android device, however other ARM based processor developers, such as Samsung and Qualcomm, are also working on their own 64-bit chips and might beat them to the punch. Despite the marketing buzz, the real merits of 64-bit mobile processing have yet to be proven. We’re not exactly processing large chunks of data on mobile CPUs, tablets aren’t pressing against the 4GB RAM limit yet, and Android doesn’t even have official 64-bit support yet either. Although Intel has just finished work on a 64-bit Android Kernel which could help kickstart further software support. It’ll also be interesting to see how an Intel chip performs with Android. Previous estimations put the Bay Trail CPU somewhere around the Tegra 4. Keep your eyes peel for further details regarding Intel Android tablets over the next couple of months. Source
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  10. A "senior ARM official" has confirmed for Korean media that the chip architecture developer has been working with Samsung to bring a 64-bit processor to its smartphones and tablets next year. The CPU should belong to Samsung's Exynos family, and is likely planned as a direct response to the 64-bit Apple A7 chipset, as found in the iPhone 5s and the new iPads. “Executives from Samsung and ARM had a meeting today. They discussed the ARM 64-bit chip, which is expected to be used in Samsung’s smartphone next year,” were the senior manager's exact words. Cortex-M processors, for devices such as a smart home system, have been discussed during the meeting as well, where ARM’s executive vice president of commercial and global development, Antonio Viana, has allegedly been present. The insider also noted that 128-bit processors are being bandied about at ARM as a possibility, but not until two years from now. source
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  12. MediaTek has officially announced the MT6795 chipset. The latest addition is a 64-bit True Octa-core 4G LTE enabled chip and comes with the ability to support 2K display. The MT6795 is clocked at 2.2GHz and features the company’s CorePilot technology, which provides multi-processor performance and thermal control. The new chip sports a dual-channel LPDDR3 running at 933MHz for top-end memory bandwidth in a smartphone. MediaTek’s newest offering support 120Hz displays and has the capability to create and playback 480 frames per second 1080p Full HD Super-Slow Motion videos. Here’s a list of key features of the MT6795:64-bit True Octa-core™ LTE SoC with clock speed up to 2.2GHzMediaTek CorePilot unlocks the full power of all eight coresDual-channel LPDDR3 memory clocked at 933MHz2K on device display (2560x1600)120Hz mobile display with ClearMotion™ and Response Time Enhancement Technology480fps 1080p Full HD Super-Slow Motion video recording and playbackIntegrated, low-power hardware support for H.265 Ultra HD (4K2K) video record & playback, Ultra HD video playback support for H.264 & VP9, as well as for graphics-intensive games and appsSupport for Rel. 9, Category 4 FDD and TDD LTE (150Mbps/50Mbps), as well as modems for 2G/3G networksSupport for Wi-Fi 802.11ac/Bluetooth®/FM/GPS/Glonass/Beidou/ANT+Multi-mode wireless charging supported by MediaTek’s companion multi-mode wireless power receiver IC According to MediaTek, the first set of MT6795 powered smartphone will be commercially available by the end of 2014. Source
  13. OneDrive is now a native 64-bit app Windows users must be familiar with OneDrive. It is a preinstalled cloud sync client app, that works using your Microsoft Account to sync your files between devices you own. For the first time, the OneDrive executable has become a native 64-bit app. What is OneDrive OneDrive is the online document storage solution created by Microsoft which comes bundled as a free service with Windows 10. It can be used to store your documents and other data online in the cloud. It also offers synchronization of stored data across all your devices. OneDrive is bundled with Windows since Windows 8. It is the all-in-one solution built by Microsoft to provide the user the ability to have the same files on every PC he signs in with using his Microsoft Account. Previously known as SkyDrive, the service got rebranded some time ago. It also offers synchronization of stored data across all your devices. "Files on-demand" is a feature of OneDrive which can display placeholder versions of online files in your local OneDrive directory even if they were not synchronized and downloaded. The synchronization feature in OneDrive relies on Microsoft Account. To use OneDrive, you have to create one first. Besides OneDrive, Microsoft Account can be used to log in to Windows 10, Office 365 and most online Microsoft services. When you have OneDrive installed and running in Windows 10, it adds a Move to OneDrive context menu command available for files under certain locations included in your user profile like Desktop, Documents, Downloads, etc. For the files you store in the OneDrive folder, you can use the file history feature. OneDrive is now a 64-bit app Earlier, Microsoft used to ship a 32-bit OneDrive version to users. A new OneDrive setup program is now available, and it finally can detect a 64-bit Windows version, and can install native 64-bit binaries. It places the OneDrive files under its regular folder, which is usually %LocalAppData%\Microsoft\OneDrive. Additionally, it creates a new amd64 folder which contains the appropriate 64-bit files. The new installer is built on December 11, 2020. You can find the direct download link in this tweet. There is now an amd64 (x86-64) version of the OneDrive client for Windows (it had always been 32 bits until now). #Windowsinsiders #Onedrivehttps://t.co/omOMeB1FId pic.twitter.com/Fr8eeRwLO1 — Florian B (@flobo09) January 1, 2021 Source: OneDrive is now a native 64-bit app
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