Advance notice: Echoview 10 will be 64-bit only
27 November 2018
Echoview 9 will be the final major release to include a 32-bit edition. Echoview 10, which will be available in early 2019, will only be available as a 64-bit edition. Using the 64-bit edition of Echoview provides many benefits over the 32-bit edition, including better performance and greater stability. Ceasing support for the 32-bit edition of Echoview will allow us to spend more of our time adding valuable new features to future releases...
This change will affect users who are using 32-bit editions of Microsoft Windows. We recommend upgrading your computer (if your hardware isn’t 64-bit capable) and/or operating system to a 64-bit edition of Windows, and we hope that this announcement allows for ample time to make plans if a computer upgrade is needed.
To see if your computer is running a 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows, please try the following.
For Windows 8 or 10:
- Click the Start button, then click or type Settings
- In the window that opens, click the System icon
- In the panel on the left, click About and find the entry for System Type
For Windows 7:
- Open System by clicking the Start button, right-clicking Computer, and then clicking Properties
- Find the entry for System Type
You can also see which edition of Echoview you have installed by finding the entry in the Start menu:
The change will also affect those using the export to EchoIMPACT feature, which is currently only possible in the 32-bit edition of Echoview, and will no longer be available.
Please contact Echoview Support with any questions.