Originally Posted by shayaan
I think I wasn't able to explain what I was saying.
I'm already using the software (from about a year) that I was talking about. And it works perfectly.
So does that mean that my computer architecture supports that software?
Define "support". If by "support" you mean "works", then I have no other choice but to say yes.
But it usually doesn't have much to do with your computer architecture. Usually it would go like this:
If your computer architecture supports a certain operating system, and if then, the operating system supports this software you speak of, then you'll be able to use it.
So, if I had to give a direct answer to this peculiar question, it would be a no, since the operating system is what acts as a "link" between the software and the hardware, so the software would have to be supported by the operating system, not your hardware directly.
The post is a bit long, but I think it makes sense.