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Follow up, XFRX speed and support.

Follow up, XFRX speed and support.

Follow up, XFRX speed and support.

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I recently posted as to whether or not anyone knew if the latest versions of XFRX were faster
than the version I was running (19ish).

To follow up on this I can say there is a significant improvement on the hardware I'm using for the job in hand,
I can meet my deadline of processing within a weekend (down from 14 or more days).

In addition to the latest version of XFRX (23ish), I'm running VFP Advanced 64bit on the most powerful hardware
I could rent for a short period. Martina at Eqeus has been great helping with the transition, pointing out where in
the documentation it told me what I had not read about M$ runtime support!

One key improvement has been the use of a NVMexpress HDD.

Regards

Griff
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