“32bit” and “64bit” refer to the way in which a computer’s processor (also known as a CPU) processes information. A 64-bit version of Windows can handle large amounts of random access memory (RAM) more efficiently than a 32-bit system.

In the previous versions of Windows XP and Vista, it was 32-bit, with certain exceptions, so the camera was only compatible with 32-bit. However, from Windows 7, not only 32-bit but also 64-bit has become common. However, even if you send a 64-bit signal to a camera that only supports up to 32-bit by the element itself, it will not work. It is not possible to respond only by updating the software, and it is necessary to change the device itself to support 64bit.

Currently, all USB microscopes and USB cameras sold by our company are 64-bit compatible.