Ranorex Studio, Spy, Recorder, and Driver.
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I guess you started the Spy from Ranorex Studio? Then it's OK because Ranorex Studio is still 32bit and so is the Spy within the Studio. If you want 64bit version of Spy, you can always start it from the Start->Programs menu. Hope this helps?
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All Ranorex tools not marked with "32bit" run with 32 or 64 bit depending on the operating system, i.e. as 32bit on a 32bit OS and as 64bit process on a 64bit OS. The tools marked with "32bit" always run as a 32bit process.
As explained above, there are no explicitly marked 64bit Ranorex tools.omayer wrote:Thank you odklizec, I don't see 64bit spy under program>Ranorex>