I usually download Emacs for Windows from the official GNU site:
The latest version is:
I'm curious that why there's no 64-bit?
From the Emacs manual:
2.1 Where can I download Emacs?
Pre-compiled versions are distributed from ftp.gnu.org mirrors. Emacs binaries are distributed as zip files, digitally signed by the developer who built them. Generally most users will want the file
emacs-24.5-bin-i686-pc-mingw.zipfor the 32-bit build, and
emacs-24.5-bin-x86_64-w64-mingw32.zipfor the 64-bit build. The zip archive contains everything you need to get started.
The latest source is available from ftp.gnu.org mirrors. It is distributed as a compressed tar file, digitally signed by the maintainer who made the release.
The development version of Emacs is available from Savannah, the GNU development site.
Since the manual said there's 64-bit, where is it?
Here is the response from the debugs.gnu.org:
- The FAQ docs is obsolete.
- 64-bit Emacs on Windows is built by volunteers, and there's no such volunteer currently.
- They've removed the obsolete docs from the Emacs repo. Web pages get updated at next release.