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    Default Make Inventor Compatrible with Multicore Processors

    Summary: Have Inventor use the power of multicore processors

    Description: inventor to be able to utilise dual core - quad core processors and therefore use more of the available RAM

    How Used: I find it very annoying that it takes IV11 ages to open big files, but find that it doesn't utilise all, in fact sometimes less than half of, available RAM before paging to disk.

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    Submitted By: Jim Durkin on February 22, 2007

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    Make Inventor Compatrible with Multicore Processors

    Summary: Have Inventor use the power of multicore processors

    Description: inventor to be able to utilise dual core - quad core processors and therefore use more of the available RAM

    Product and Feature: Inventor -

    Submitted By: jim.durkin on 02/22/2007


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