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slowness of FTM 2014 on large reports

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Re: slowness of FTM 2014 on large reports

Posted: 19 Oct 2013 1:57AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 19 Oct 2013 2:03AM GMT
I think Johndd and Marco are talking about two different things

I think John is talking about what FTM 2014 presently will do [if you upgrade your computer to all the features he describes, but if you don;t upgrade it will still be deficient]

I think Marco is talking about what it should be able to do [without all the upgrades], but can't because of "the way it was programmed".

I understand both

I wish it were like what Marco is saying, but unfortunately I think it is still deficient
I think they have made improvements since FTM 2008, but there seems to be a lot of things they still could do

I will probably have to upgrade to a new 64 bit computer, with Windows 8.1, with lots more memory and much faster/better processors.

I am thinking I will also add some solid state memory either 256 GB or 400+ (?) GB

My understanding is that the solid state memory will significantly help decrease the load time for FTM 2014, but from what I have read it won't help the speed of processing once it is loaded. I am not sure whether it is true or not that it won't help the speed of processing once it is loaded. Does anybody know for sure (please no guessing)? I would think if I got 400+ GB of Solid Sate memory it should also help speed up the processing time
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
KATHYMARIEANN 17 Oct 2013 12:36PM GMT 
johndd189 18 Oct 2013 12:51AM GMT 
jamclo 18 Oct 2013 2:08AM GMT 
Marco Scavo 18 Oct 2013 9:57PM GMT 
jamclo 18 Oct 2013 10:00PM GMT 
johndd189 19 Oct 2013 2:42AM GMT 
KATHYMARIEANN 19 Oct 2013 7:57AM GMT 
johndd189 19 Oct 2013 8:51AM GMT 
Marco Scavo 19 Oct 2013 2:44PM GMT 
KATHYMARIEANN 19 Oct 2013 4:11PM GMT 
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