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Old 7th July 2023, 01:09   #1  |  Link
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Can I install both x86 and x64 versions of PotPlayer on Windows 11?

Can I install both x86 and x64 versions of PotPlayer and KMPlayer on Windows 11? Can they coexist?

I need them for AviSynth x86 and x64 versions to be able to test filters.
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Well you can (I do) on W10, dont see why not on W11.
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Can I install both x86 and x64 versions of PotPlayer and KMPlayer on Windows 11?
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Can they coexist?
Yes. I have them both installed 'cause I use x86 to maintain an old version which can decode .flv streams with HE-AAC inside, while I use x64 as a new version, constantly updated, which unfortunately has a bug that makes it detect flv streams with HE-AAC as PCM, thus leading to noise:



I talked about it here, in case anyone is interested: https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=184524



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Ok, thanks.
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Just because you can use Win 11, doesn't mean you should.
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Just because you can use Win 11, doesn't mean you should.
My Win11 Enterprise actually bluescreened itself, so I reverted to Windows 10 Enterprise for my work-related stuff.
But again, I was on a non supported hardware with an old i7 6700 CPU and without a TPM 2.0 module, therefore I didn't really expect anything good to come out of it.

I guess for work related stuff I'll stay on Win10 Enterprise 'till 2025 when the end of support will inexorably come, while for my personal stuff I'll stick with Fedora (Linux) and Windows XP.

p.s at the end of 2024 Windows 12 will be released and by the first previews of it, it looks like it's gonna be even worse than 11. When will Microsoft understand that we don't want an OS for touch laptops which behaves like a tablet? We want an OS for desktop. If it wasn't so expensive, I would go for Windows Server everywhere. Even 2022 which is based on 11 still maintains some levels of sanity.

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Is that for Enterprise 2016 LTS ?

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