Posts Tagged ‘background updating’

Background Updating v Laptop

26 January 2018 Gareth Morgan No Comments
ArchiCAD 19, ARCHICAD 20, ARCHICAD 21, Tip of the Day

On the road with your laptop and want to get the most out of your battery while using ARCHICAD? With background updating introduced from ARCHICAD 19, on a laptop you have a 3rd option “Enabled when device is plugged in” Two ways to select this option. If you look at the bottom right of your ArchiCAD Work

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Is Background Updating enabled?

29 September 2015 Joshua Osborne No Comments
ArchiCAD, ArchiCAD 19, Tip of the Day

In the previous post, I described what Background Processing was – but how do you check if it is enabled on your system? If you look to the bottom right of your ArchiCAD Work Environment you will see a new (for ArchiCAD 19) icon which shows the status…   If you click on this icon

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What is Background Updating?

28 September 2015 Joshua Osborne No Comments
ArchiCAD, ArchiCAD 19, Tip of the Day

Background Updating was introduced in ArchiCAD 19 – but what is it? It is actually pretty smart and one of the things that make ArchiCAD 19 faster than previous versions.  Background Updating is when ArchiCAD uses the spare unused capacity from the processor(s) to generate background information such as the 3D model and associated data

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