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Is there a way I can tell which programs are 16 bit and which are 32 bit?
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by:ProgramDesign
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wel if you would really like to know there aint and less it has some dll that comes with it that are vb3002.dll or something or ir runs on windows 3.1 but win98 and 95 and nt can run windows 3.1 so there is no way to like tell
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by:ProgramDesign
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ill like to turn that to a answer


wel if you would really like to know there aint and less it has some dll that comes with it that are vb3002.dll or something or ir runs on windows 3.1 but win98 and 95 and nt can run windows 3.1 so there is no way to like tell
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by:Virg
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I don't quite understand the answer. The writing is not clear.
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by:SemperPhi
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not always.  even some of the components in windows 98 are 16 bit.

you would have to run some programmer tools to see what what loaded into memory... there is one called www.sysinternals.com to get you started.

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chengjian earned 50 total points
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you can use quick view
right click the program and select quick view item
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by:Virg
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I had to reinstall Windows so right now I can't do Quick View but will try it.
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