Akulap native 64 bit
Akulap is written entirely in C ++ and is therefore very efficient with your system resources. In the normal version, it can be run as a 32-bit program under all modern Windows versions (including 64-bit). Especially with long level measurements, the usable memory is limited to 1-2GB. This limit is independent of the memory that you have physically installed on your system.
Only a "real" - native 64bit program can use all of this memory.
- Akulap can use all system memory
- Akulap is twice as fast as the 32bit version. This is particularly evident when analyzing .wav files and long-term measurements, which are very computationally intensive.
You receive the 64bit version parallel to the 32bit version with your activated modules/plug-ins.
These following modules are available in 64-Bit:
- external measurement interfaces from Datatranslation
- 3D real-time display
Some functions are only available in the 32-bit version. These are currently:
- external measurement interfaces like Picosope.