On 01/13/2017 05:18 AM, Steve Mynott wrote:
The most important difference is that the JIT version is 64 bit and the "no JIT" is 32 bit.

So if you are running a modern Windows you almost certainly want the 64 bit (JIT) version

Also the JIT version is a more recent version.


I missed that (32 vs 64).  Thank you!

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