What is the difference between "pdfshell.shellexe" and "pdfshell2.shellexe" in PDF Editor Toolkit Pro SDK product?

We have downloaded pdf_editor_toolkit_pro_trial from site. As per the Readme file in the Bin folder, we had copied all the dll files to %WINDIR%\SysWOW64\,

And also run the below commands:
regsvr32.exe %WINDIR%\SysWOW64\pdfshell.dll
%WINDIR%\SysWOW64\pdfshell.exe /regserver

And further we had tried to convert one tiff images to PDF then we are able to convert with following code successfully.

Obj1= Server.CreateObject("pdfshell.shellexe") (OR) Obj1= Server.CreateObject("pdfshell2.shellexe")
ID = obj1.com_VeryCreate(pdfFile)
retValue= obj1.com_VeryAddimage(ID, TiffImagePath)
obj1.com_VeryClose(ID)

Queries:

1) We got above code in google in another site. Had we written correct code? If you have provided sample code in the trail files, please provide respective details so that we will check and take that code.
2) We are using 64-bit system. Even though it is of 64-bit system we are able convert tiff to PDF using pdfshell.shellexe instead of pdfshell2.shellexe. As per Readme file provided in trail files (Bin folder), we should use pdfshell2.shellexe for 64- bit systems.

On using pdfshell.shellexe in 64-bit systems, did we get any issues in future?

Before taking licensed version, we want clarifications for above queries. Thanks in advance.

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>>And further we had tried to convert one tiff images to PDF then we are able to convert with following code successfully.
>>Obj1= Server.CreateObject("pdfshell.shellexe”)
>>(OR) Obj1= Server.CreateObject("pdfshell2.shellexe")
>>ID = obj1.com_VeryCreate(pdfFile)
>>retValue= obj1.com_VeryAddimage(ID, TiffImagePath)
>>obj1.com_VeryClose(ID)
>>Queries:
>>1) We got above code in google in another site. Had we written correct code? >>If you have provided sample code in the trail files, please provide respective details so that we will check and take that code.

Thanks for your message, yes, your code is right, you can use this code to convert from TIFF files to PDF files easily.

>>2) We are using 64-bit system. Even though it is of 64-bit system we are able convert tiff to PDF using pdfshell.shellexe instead of pdfshell2.shellexe. As per Readme file provided in trail files (Bin folder), we should use pdfshell2.shellexe for 64- bit systems.
>>On using pdfshell.shellexe in 64-bit systems, did we get any issues in future?

Yes, you should use pdfshell2.shellexe for 64bit systems,

pdfshell.shellexe is for 32bit system only,
pdfshell2.shellexe is for both 32bit and 64bit systems,

pdfshell.shellexe is included in the pdfshell.dll,
pdfshell2.shellexe is included in pdfshell.exe,

Please understand their difference.

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