TS steps forward with 64bit techy and many more features

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Re: TS steps forward with 64bit techy and many more features

Postby TJ » 27 Sep 2011

piranhaxp wrote:TS 9.1 Beta Program

Link : https://community.TS.com/discussions/topic.aspx?Topic_ID=114295


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Re: TS steps forward with 64bit techy and many more features

Postby tekram » 27 Sep 2011

piranhaxp wrote:TS 9.1 Beta Program
Link : https://community.TS.com/discussions/topic.aspx?Topic_ID=114295
TS 9.1 beta is multicore and Largeaddressaware (>2Gb), but still 32 bit. It is still pretty useless as a working platform as one tester stated: "We now have a situation where we cannot interact with the platform but some (not all) charts will continue firing orders. This is extremely dangerous."

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Re: TS steps forward with 64bit techy and many more features

Postby Dave Masalov » 28 Sep 2011

Dear Sirs,

We have downloaded and tested new TS beta and were surprised that it is actually a 32 bit application.

As for MultiCharts, we plan to release MC 7.01 next week and are working on 64 bit version of MC at the moment. Unlike TS MultiCharts will be truly 64 bit application: each chart won't be limited to only 2 GB of virtual memory and you will be able to load as much data of any resolution (including Bar magnifier data) and add as many studies as your computer's power allows you. 64 bit version of MultiCharts is planned to be released later this year.
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