Well, it's finally happening. We've been hearing the swan-song of the 32 bit operating system since Windows released its first widely accepted 64 bit option with Windows XP Professional x64 Edition. 64 bit operating systems support more memory (more than just 4GB), they're more stable, and they offer better performance. Therefore, it seems like a no-brainer that SolidWorks would attempt to abandon the outdated 32 bit architecture found on older operating systems. What this means for you: I