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medhunter

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Relatively New to windows XP 64Bit , tried it but frustrated with lack of Native Apps

Hope to find complete ,Uptodate ,Native 64-Bit software List

OR

Or alternatively, we may share programs we install after each windows installation of XP64-Bit

Edited by medhunter, 18 January 2009 - 12:04 PM.

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Look here: www.start64.com

Edited by hj_fr, 18 January 2009 - 12:20 PM.


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Not enough at all , want something more Native ,Nothing just compatible.

Besides I want to Share XP 64-Bit Apps running on users' PCs ..... Hopefully

Here is mine (NATIVE only)so far

Avast Antivirus

Infra recoeder (CD/DVD burner)

Klite Coed Pack X64

Winrar

In addition to other Compatible apps.

PLZ share your Native Apps from Program Files Directory not from x86 dir.
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Add FastPictureViewer 64-bit to your list of native apps (http://www.fastpictureviewer.com)

Edited by axelriet, 15 May 2009 - 11:19 AM.


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Take Command from jpsoftware (includes tcc=4nt), now exists in a 64bit version

Regina rexx comes in 64bit version.

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XPlorer2
from http://zabkat.com/x2-64bit.htm

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Paint.NET

O&O Defrag
HashTab Shell Extension

Comodo Firewall and Antivirus
PeerGuardian2

Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer
Microsoft Network Monitor
Wireshark

7-Zip
WinRAR

InfraRecorder

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peerblock x64.... replaces peerguardian.....peerblock

I'd love anti virus and firewall in native x64 freeware ;)

Edited by ZaPbUzZ, 05 February 2011 - 02:53 AM.


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Just to revive this thread, I wonder if we are running more native 64-bit applications than three years ago. Here's what I've run natively in 64-bit (I switched to Windows XP x64 Edition in Novemember 2011).

Seamonkey 2.17.1 (Unofficial x64 Build)
7-Zip 9.20
Ccleaner 3.28
ByteEssence Registry Cleaner
MSE x64 build for Vista/7 (it installs and works in XP x64)

I had run uTorrent 3.0 x64, however it's stability was questionable, and I found it slower than the x86 build. I also liked Media Player Classic x64. However, I browse a site often that uses RealMedia to present old radio airchecks (doh!). The site admin refuses to convert the codec to something more modern, so I have to use MPC's x86 build.

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However, I browse a site often that uses RealMedia to present old radio airchecks (doh!). The site admin refuses to convert the codec to something more modern, so I have to use MPC's x86 build.

 

There is a x64 build of VLC, which has it's own decoders, it might be worth trying that.

 

Some other native, or partly native applications that I am aware of are ACDSee, Directory Opus, WinRAR, Defraggler, QSoft RAMDisk, VirtualBox and MiniTool Partition Wizard.



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Thanks for letting me know about VLC.  I'll check the x64 build out.  I am familiar with VLC already (I didn't "love" it, but I'll try it with an open mind) :)



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You can also use MPC HomeCinema x64 with a decent set of codecs.  Check out these.  They are regularly and frequently updated.  There are additional x64 codecs to install for use in an x64 OS with a x64 media player.  If you look in the Tools section, you will find links to versions of MPC-HC, both x86 and x64, that have been specifically tweaked to work well with Shark007's codecs.  As far as I know, they will play RealMedia files.  Please let us know if that solution works for you.

 

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Well I installed the experimental x64 version of VLC v2.11.  It can load the stream by having the user provide the URL for the Real Media item (it even shows the time length).  But since there are no 64 bit Real Media codecs installed (or in existence), it won't render the stream.

 

Now it appears (though I've not tested this) that if I had the *.ram file locally present on my hard disk, I could then play the Real Media file.  But it's a no go for streaming.  So I gues I'm sticking to MPC-HC x86 (by the way, MPC has most of it's own codecs too; I only add the "Alternative" apps for Real and QuickTime)



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Can you provide a link to one of the problem Real Media stream links?  I'm curious if my MPC-HC x64 with Shark007's x64 codecs can play it.

 

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Sorry for the delay.  I'd be interested in your findings.

 

http://rockradioscra...ge-jun17-63.ram

http://rockradioscra...chum-june63.ram

 

In fact, any *.ram link from http://rockradioscrapbook.ca/ will be worth trying.



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I'm not sure how .ram files are supposed to work, but all they seem to be are a text file with the "real" address for the stream, ie:

 

http://rockradioscra...ge-jun17-63.ram

 

just has this in it:

 

http://rockradioscra...gge-jun17-63.rm

 

If I plug that last address, (http://rockradioscra...gge-jun17-63.rm), in my installed MPC-HC x64, with Shark007's codecs installed, using Ctrl+O and paste that address in "Open:" and hit OK, then the stream plays just fine.

 

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Edited by bphlpt, 24 November 2013 - 06:50 PM.

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I'll return to the drawing board and try that again.



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And by text file, I mean that the .ram file can be opened with notepad.  But from my brief looking around, all of the few .ram files I checked on that website just have the exact same file name inside the .ram file, but with the extension changed to .rm.  So, after you download more of them to confirm my theory. whenever you want to play one of the streams from that site, you might try just changing http://xxxxxxxxx.ram to http://xxxxxxxxx.rm, plug that address into MPC-HC and see if it will play.  They do on my version of MPC-HC. Good luck.

 

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Edited by bphlpt, 24 November 2013 - 07:37 PM.

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I have installed Sharky's loot, and it is working with MPC-HC x64.  Now to get it to play by clicking a link....hmmmm






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