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Old 06-20-2010, 20:43
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WinDbg has a large learning curve, and lacks many small features e.g. saving breakpoints between sessions.

IDA as a disasm, yes. As a debugger, no thanks...

Everyone has difference of preference, yet I think it fair(imo) to say both are sub-par when compared to OllyDbg.

Hopefully the OllyDbg64 comes with post haste.

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Lack of 64bit debugger?. Why do you think that?. Both IDA64 debugger and Microsoft Windbg (Debugging Tools for Windows) work just fine and I would be surprised if there are not others too.

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