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    LR3 - Slow - 64 Bit Upgrade??

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    Wondering if anyone has installed LR3 and noticed that it is slower than LR2. My takes longer to render pics and to make changes on Develop module. I have a Pentium dual core 2.2Ghz with 4 Gb Ram, but on a Win 7 32bit O/S. I was wondering if I upgrade my ram to say 8Gb and put on the 64bit Win 7 if that would help? What are others running??
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    I have noticed that it does seem a bit slower at times

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    LR3 64bit, Windows 7 Pro 64bit, Q9400, 6gig DDR3 with a GTX260

    I think it may just be a temporary bug so i wouldn't worry too much about it at this point

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    Temp bug - as in hopefully fixed with updates?

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    I can't say I've noticed a massive change from version 2, but I have also updated to Windows 7 at the same time. I think generating a 1:1 image when you zoom in seems slower, but while making adjustments it seems to react and show you the outcome quicker than before. I'd love it to be quicker, but it is plenty usable now so I'm happy with it.

    I'm running LR3 64bit on Windows 7 64bit 4GB RAM on my old dual core 3GHz processor.

    I wouldn't imagine it to be a "temporary bug" given it was in beta for so long and performance was so high on the Adobe hit list. I think what you see now is what you get.
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