I cannot find the download link for bizagi modeler 32bit.
Cannot get the download link of 3.3 or any latest version?
Please download Bizagi Modeler V220.127.116.11 from: https://bizagi.sharefile.com/d-s0b04cda26264aa7b .
Our 3.3 version in our website. Please go to https://www.bizagi.com/en/products/bpm-suite/modeler
Where can I get the latest version of Bizagi Modeler 32bit? there is only 64bit on your site.
Under the link above, the program constantly requires updating. "The most recent version is 3.4.0.062"
That is true, the program constantly requires updating but that is not a bug, its purpose is to bring you better features and bug fixes with each new release. Our most recent version is Modeler 3.4.1 and you can get it from https://www.bizagi.com/en/products/bpm-suite/modeler.
About the 32 bit version, we are very sorry to tell you that we do not release versions for 32bit architecture anymore. Thanks for your understanding.
I have followed all the links I can find to try to get the old unsupported 32bit version but none of them appear to be working, I ether get Sharepoint account does not have permission or this link has expired.
Any chance of an up to date link please?
The versions that we used to post here are so old. We recommend to use our latest version to enjoy our latest features.
In another hand, as Andres mentioned: About the 32 bit version, we are very sorry to tell you that we do not release versions for 32bit architecture anymore. Thanks for your understanding.
We still have a number of legacy machines in our environment as have a large number of our customers. Whilst we are moving towards adopting 64bit architecture for everything this process is slow and is not always straight forwards. The complexity is due to the need to use legacy programs for application interfaces for manufacturing equipment that is older. Replacing this equipment often runs to many £100's thousands of pounds and is cost prohibitive.
I would have hoped that as long as Microsoft compile their products (Office 365 for example) for 32bit OS's you would do the same and whilst I hear what you are saying I am disappointed by the approach.
I have actually managed to wind my version back by finding an older installer on my local drive and then refusing the prompts to update it.
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