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Tradestation 32 bit Vs 64 bit ?????

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Tradestation 32 bit Vs 64 bit ?????

Has anyone had Tradestation 32 bit and went to another 64 platform that was better please tell me the reasons why if there is one

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Has anyone had Tradestation 32 bit and went to another 64 platform that was better please tell me the reasons why if there is one

Tradestation is not a Native 64 bit application. In a 64 bit OS, it will still run as 32 bit. You may see some difference in performance with the latest versions of TS with multi-core support. I have both 32 and 64 bit machines, what I found beneficial is the amount of RAM and faster processor, not so much from the 64 bit OS itself.

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Tradestation is 32 bit only allowing 4 gb less operating system....I have 12 cores 32GB ..... Im just wondering if I`m lagging behind the curve with Tradestatiion.

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Hugh2200,

are you missing anything or feel the performance could be better? You can take a look at Multicharts, they offer a true 64bit application and it should feel pretty similar if you are used to Tradestation.

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Tradestation is 32 bit only allowing 4 gb less operating system....I have 12 cores 32GB ..... Im just wondering if I`m lagging behind the curve with Tradestatiion.


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