64 Bit Architecture
64 Bit. Most people may not know what this means, but we do.
Coding TrueNorth in the .NET Framework gave us the opportunity to create a product that could detect the type of processor your computer has, and to “just in time compile” the code to run on your specific hardware.
So what does this mean to you? The code runs faster and makes more effective use of memory. This is important when dealing with large data sets and graphics intensive applications – like a map.
It also means that TrueNorth works on older 32-bit machines, so it will run on Windows XP if you need it to.
The developers of TrueNorth care about things like 64 bit architectures so you get a better product.