Microsoft began releasing 64-bit versions of Office, including Project, back in 2010. Eleven years later, we still see that a lot of our users still haven’t switched from 32-bit Project to 64-bit Project, even though they’re continuing to upgrade their Microsoft Project versions from 2010 to 2016, then to 2019 and onward.
Believe it or not, 66% of OnePager Pro users are still using 32-bit Project. The vast majority of these 32-bit users are running a relatively modern version of Microsoft Project like Project 2016 or Project 2019. On top of that, almost all of these users are on 64-bit Windows 10.
You read that correctly: people who have a blazing-fast computer with the highest-powered version of Windows available are still running a lower-horsepower version of Microsoft Project. It’s a common misconception that if you have 64-bit Windows that you will automatically have 64-bit Project, but the reality is that most 64-bit Windows users are still on 32-bit Project.Continue reading