Thanks for your kind reply.
@StefanSchnell even if Studio is 64-bit the runtime is flexible:
- Runtime 32-bit: Studio supports x86 runtime for .NET Framework based activities and workflows.
- Runtime 64-bit: Studio will support x64 runtime for .NET Core based activities and workflows in a future version.
Please let me know if this answers your concers.
That’s good to know.
thank you very much for this information.
Very interesting that x64 version uses .NET Core in a future version.
No, I don’t have any concerns, I just wanted to point out that there might be a need for changes at some places. I think the step into the 64-bit world is right and good. And in business context you support both platforms, so all is well.
But here another tiny question: .NET Core supports Linux. Do you plan to make UiPath available for Linux in the future?
You got it right
.NET Core porting opens the door for a lot of functionality and we explore all the possibilities. So stay tuned for future releases.
I will stay tuned.
This is exciting news! Cant wait to explore more
That’s great. Curious to explore more
I am positive it would, especially projects (e.g. Excel automation) that deal with very large datasets