Starting with DevTest 10.0.0 32-bit software is no longer offered on Windows.
The Windows Installer is 64-bit only.
The Windows 32-bit installer will be available again starting with DevTest 10.1.0.
Is there any specific reason behind this?
I'm working in a large company where a 32bit is still the default OS for workstations (no availability to 64bit workstations).
For the moment we are still on DevTest 8.4 and are planning to upgrade this year. This would mean we cannot go to v10.
This was a product management decision.
Alot of customers needed DevTest 32-bit because of working with ALM, so they needed a 32-bit plugin, but starting with DevTest 9.1.0, we provide at 64-bit plugin.
I will relay this to our product management team.
Thank you for the update MarcyNunns.
Many DevTest customers in retail and financial services are still running 32-bit Windows OS platforms. Several have indicated that they will not be able to upgrade without having a 32-bit installer available.
Product management is aware of this now. I will keep this post updated as I get more information.
I heard from Product Management and the Windows 32-but installer will be back in starting with the next DevTest release which is supposed to be 10.1.0. I do not have a timeline for when this release will be GA.
Hello Davy - could you reach out to me at Koustubh.Warty@ca.com please?
With 10.1 going GA today, we have brought back the 32 bit installer for Windows!
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