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Just recently started using the new platform and coincidently started to use Chrome (the recommended browser) and expected wonderful performance, but get frequent screen freezes when adding new product charts to the workspace.

 

Running on a PC w/ Win 7, Intel Core i7 1.8GHz w/Turbo boost to 3.0GHz, yet the CPU overload is probably causing it. Requires log out and re-login. Have 8 tabs in My Workspace. Have not encountered this on Mozilla Firefox. 

 

 Have others come across this?

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Hi  I have a similar setup, found I needed to up the RAM from 4 to 8 GB to run 8 plus charts with indicators on chrome. Check the 'Resource Monitor' via the windows search to check CPU and Memory usage.

 

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Thanks, @Caseynotes I upgraded to 8MB RAM a few months ago (although PC can take up to 16MB RAM) so that is not the problem. The CPU performance would be independent of the RAM anyway and you can see in the screen here RAM is stable. 

 

I'd like to be able to look back over the CPU performance history numbers rather than just this real-time view. It is a result of Chrome and the new platform in combination.

 

I will test whether there is a max load of tabs I can have open. A backward step.

 

...by the way, hope the scalping is going well... can be rough on your ticker!

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