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In this Scaling New Heights Primer Murph explains the five QuickBooks Desktop Essentials and how they impact performance. He also provides a glimpse of the types of practical performance enhancements taught at the conference. more

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In the second part of his three-part series, Murph examines the most common form of networking of QuickBooks for ProAdvisors – the Client-Server configuration using both Windows and Linux Database Servers. more

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Murph explains the concept of cache and cookies in terms of browser functionality. ProAdvisors, especially those supporting QuickBooks Online, must understand these concepts so they can properly troubleshoot. more

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Okay, what you really want to know is which drive will run QuickBooks the best and, can you afford it? Here's the lowdown. more

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The Computer from Hell

When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth. more

May 26, 2016 9:41 PM From The Editor 2 Comments

Google is making changes on September 1 that should enhance the speed and security of their Chrome browser. more

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Changes made in the QuickBooks 14 and QuickBooks Enterprise 14 Application now allow you to take advantage of additional memory if you are running on a Windows 64 bit system and the memory is available. more

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When we learn how the QuickBooks Database Server can use various combinations of the ADR files to identify missing data, and restore it, we can easily see the great value this feature poses in many corrupt file situations. more

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Despite efforts by Intuit's QuickBooks Enterprise team to improve available memory and memory management, problems still seem to be haunting users. more

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Advantages of ECC Memory by Matt Bach, Pugett Systems, November, 2013

Inside your computer, the memory works in conjunction with your processor and hard drive to access and use your data. Memory (often called RAM, DRAM, SDRAM, ECC or Non-ECC) is the component in your computer that provides short-term data access. more

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This article covers one technique for increasing the amount of RAM Cache memory QuickBooks will use in order to improve performance. Great care should be exercised when using this or any similar procedure(s). more

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Is it Door Number 1, Door Number 2 or Door Number 3?

Is it Door # 1 - Application, Door # 2 - Installation or Door # 3 - Data?

In this portion on our series about Improving Performance we will look at how Application and Installation issues can impact performance. Differentiating this problems from Data-file issues can be difficult as we will learn in the next installment. more

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In this episode the Data Detective sleuths out the cause and a temporary cure for encounters with Windows Memory Dumps while emailing large numbers of QuickBooks Customer Statements. more

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In this edition we will look at your computer resources, and picking the right resources for your QuickBooks computers. more

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Diagnosing performance problems can be complex or simple...this article is the first covering various procedures and resources for evaluating and improving QuickBooks performance. more

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MIND OF MURPH - So how much RAM is enough?

Mind opening, or mind altering, experience - how much RAM is your computer using when you think it is doing absolutely nothing? more

Oct 28, 2013 11:52 PM From The Editor

Explains the internal methods by which the QuickBooks Database Server makes use of RAM Cache Memory. more

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