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Google Earth Pro with 64-Bit Support Goes Live


Google Earth is undoubtedly one of the coolest things on the internet. This software basically gives everyone the ability to fly all around the world, just like a superhero! To make things even better, Google Earth is also filled with satellite imagery, terrain, maps and 3D buildings that allow people to explore the world from their desktops.

Highlight Features

Let’s take a look at some of the most important features that Google Earth offers and see just how amazing it actually is:

  • GIS Import: Visualize ESRI shapefiles (.shp) and Mapinfo (.tab) files;
  • Advanced Measurements: Measure land developers and parking lots with the polygon area measure feature;
  • Movie Maker: Export Windows Media and Quicktime HD movies that run in 1920 x 1080 full HD resolution;
  • Exclusive Pro Data Layers: Parcels, Traffic Count and Demographics;
  • High-Res Image Printing: People can print images that go as high as 4800 x 3200 pixel resolution.

Google Earth Pro

Even though the aforementioned features are amazing, the folks who are in charge of Google Earth are constantly looking for new ones which can improve the software’s performance. With that being said, no one should be surprised that the Pro version of Google Earth has just received a brand-new update which introduces a large number of features.

New Features

  • Windows 64-bit: 64 bit application;
  • Repair Tool Improvements;
  • Fixed incompatibility bug which affected high-refresh rate displays;
  • Large KML files have received major performance improvements;
  • Elevation Profile tool measurements are now more consistent;
  • Linux OS received support for printing, embedded video and sounds;
  • Fixed a bug which caused Polygons spanning the antemeridian to disappear;
  • Secure connections and handling of certificate errors have received improved support;
  • The GPS device live mode functionality has been restored;
  • The CSV import tool UI (user interface) will feature better Unicode support from now on.