Trados 2015/2017: will these still run correctly if I change Java 32-Bit to Java 64-Bit?
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MikeTrans
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Jan 21

Hello,
I have to change my installed Java that is all 32-Bit to the newest Java 64-Bit. What I have currently installed and all activated are these 32-Bit versions:
1.8.0_111
1.8.0_40
1.8.0_25
1.6.0_24

Is the following scenario the correct one: I deactivate all these versions in the Java Settings and then simply install the newest Java 64-Bit ?
In the case I have some (older) programs that need the above versions, I would need to deactivate all 64-Bit versions and re-activate the 32-Bit ones.

I'm not very enlighted to do all this, but a CAT I want to use works best with the latest 64-Bit Java. My concern is that Trados 2015/2017 should still run flawlessly after these changes, I will set anyway a restore point in Windows for preventing problems, but thank you very much to let me know what you think about this scenario, AFAIK Studio probably doesn't need Java anymore, but I don't know for the latest MultiTerm 2015/2017.

Thank you,
Mike


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Studio does not use Java Jan 21

since at least version 2014 SP2. Multiterm as well.



[Edited at 2017-01-21 19:09 GMT]


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Hello Natalie! Jan 21

Thank you very much for your quick response, I'm glad to hear about it.
Greetings,
Mike


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