64-bit Musings. 32-bit, 64-bit – Who Still Rules The Roost?

Most new computers have the capability of running 64-bit operating systems and so we are starting to see a lot more of them. The principal difference between a 32-bit system and a 64-bit system is what is called the “word … Read More

.NET Code Obfuscation

One of the key features of the .NET is that assemblies (a fancy name for DLLs and EXEs) created in a .NET language are compiled to an intermediate step and use a common language runtime, or CLR, rather than being … Read More