Android i86

 

The 64-bit version will scale with memory better, particularly for workloads like large databases which need to use lots of ram in the same process. Do not consider running a (significant) database server on a 32-bit machine.

However, for most other things the 32-bit version is ok. 32-bit code uses up less memory, so you'll have more for other things. The limit on the memory the OS can use is not different, just the memory per process.

So it really depends what you want to use it for. If you're planning on developing software for large servers, or running large servers, use 64-bit. Otherwise use 32.

Android i86

Six features differentiate an e-reader from a tablet: The display technology, the touchscreen technology, the operating system, applications and hardware. Pay careful attention to the display and touchscreen technology, as these two features differentiate a tablet from an e-reader.

E-readers never really caught on in the United States, the way they did in Europe. In America, most users prefer emittive LED backlit LCD screens over “reflective” screens, which emulate the experience of paper. For example, emittive screens show up in the majority of e-readers, including the Amazon Fire.

Summary : Of the available tech on today’s e-reader market, Neonode designed IR screens make for the best e-readers. There exist other proprietary technologies, such as Hanvon’s ERT Touch , but these don’t exist in US markets.

The 64-bit version will scale with memory better, particularly for workloads like large databases which need to use lots of ram in the same process. Do not consider running a (significant) database server on a 32-bit machine.

However, for most other things the 32-bit version is ok. 32-bit code uses up less memory, so you'll have more for other things. The limit on the memory the OS can use is not different, just the memory per process.

So it really depends what you want to use it for. If you're planning on developing software for large servers, or running large servers, use 64-bit. Otherwise use 32.

Hi guys,

just for fun i tried to get this to work on my overclocked evo 3D, unfortunately without success.
It says a file is missing or broken (<Windows Root>\system32\ntoskrnl.exe)

Can I fix this using my PC or do i have to install my XP again on another VM?

EDIT: I reinstalled my Windows XP and tried it again. When I noticed it still won't work, i tried to change the settings. After playing a bit with them i'm able now to boot into windows without problems. But i got stucked at the desktop, so i rebootet, now it don't works again..