Hello, I just want to make sure, when I run the MediaWiki installer it reports there is no Object Caching and WinCache cannot be found. I checked with phpinfo.php and I'm not seeing WinCache at all. While looking over things online I decided to stop and ask about it. While it seems I can install MediaWiki as is, I'm curious why WinCache is not apparently an option? Also MediaWiki is recommending 64bit now but the architechture my site is on is 32bit, They report some issues with calendars and directories are known with 32bit, any plans to upgrade soon? I was looking through the KB and Forum but searches come up dry on info about this. I was looking to enable memory for object caching such as WinCache since it is recommended but don't see any info on the PHP setup for it. I haven't looked at the GNU or Git notifications yet but if you want to provide input on those too, that may save me some time. Note I did find that GoDaddy has this installed so I'm curious why we don't get to use it here since it has been apparently 8 years since the last time someone here asked about it. I did see the .user.ini information in the KB and tried to activate a wincache feature and verified it is not available, the wincache and the 64bit are the main things I'm looking at for functionality and performance reliability so any info about it I will appreciate. If there is a better IIS method php can reference I am open to working that out as well but I need MediaWiki to recognize it for my project. Here is the report: Welcome to MediaWiki! Environmental checks Basic checks will now be performed to see if this environment is suitable for MediaWiki installation. Remember to include this information if you seek support on how to complete the installation. PHP 7.0.10 is installed. Warning: Could not find APCu, XCache or WinCache. Object caching is not enabled. GNU diff3 not found. Found GD graphics library built-in. Image thumbnailing will be enabled if you enable uploads. Git version control software not found. Using server name "https://www.metapolymath.com". Using server URL "https://www.metapolymath.com//mediawiki". Warning: Your default directory for uploads E:\\\\mediawiki/images/ is vulnerable to arbitrary scripts execution. Although MediaWiki checks all uploaded files for security threats, it is highly recommended to close this security vulnerability before enabling uploads. Using the intl PECL extension for Unicode normalization. Warning: your system appears to be running with 32-bit integers. This is not advised. The environment has been checked. You can install MediaWiki.