Virtual TimeClock Support Blog
64-bit Applications in Virtual TimeClock 19
Virtual TimeClock 19 shipped brand new 64 bit applications for each edition of Virtual TimeClock. This platform migration, from 32-bit to 64-bit, represents the largest code overhaul in decades and ensures that Virtual TimeClock will continue to operate for years to come on the most modern operating systems from Apple and Microsoft. This upgrade comes on the heels of an announcement by Apple that their next operating system, coming fall 2019, will no longer support 32-bit applications.
Virtual TimeClock 19 is available as a 64-bit application for macOS users, while Windows installers include both 32-bit and 64-bit versions; the correct program will be auto-selected and installed according to the current platform.
To see if you are running a 64-bit time clock app, check the About window in Virtual TimeClock.
- Windows: Help > About Virtual TimeClock
- macOS: Virtual TimeClock program menu > About Virtual TimeClock
Your operating system will also tell you what programs on your computer are 64-bit versus 32-bit. Follow the instructions for your OS below to review Virtual TimeClock platform, or any other program.
- Select About This Mac from the Apple menu
- In the Overview tab, choose System Report
- Scroll down to Software in the menu and choose Applications
- Locate Virtual TimeClock in the application list and review the 64-Bit info
- Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to open the Task Manager
- Select the Details tab
- Right-click in the column header area and choose Select Columns
- Enable the Platform column
- Locate Virtual TimeClock in the application list and review the platform