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ArcGIS X (10) or well known before as ArcGIS 9.4 will be release in Juny 2010  :shocked:

please download the podcast to hear what the reason behind this changes

here :




As many of you know ESRI was planning to release ArcGIS 9.4 during the second quarter of this year.  Well that is not happening, they are instead releasing ArcGIS 10. ESRI has decided that the level of changes and improvements planned for ArcGIS 9.4 warrant more than just a new dot release. It needs to be a full new version

So what are some of the planned improvements for ArcGIS 10:

    *  Improved rendering engine for better performance when panning and zooming

    * The geoprocessing wizard is back after a fashion

    * ArcCatalog window is added in ArcMap

    * Simplified Geocoding

    *  Improved map creation tools such as new tools for multiscale maps, support for multipage layouts, and dynamic text in layouts (basically they incorporated the DSMapbook routine we all use into the core product)

    * Simplified editing including sketch based editing using palettes in both the desktop and web, easier access to common tools in ArcMap, ArcScene, & Globe

    * Integration of time data and analysis including the ability to create and publish animation.

    *  Improve raster handling performance

    * Ability to check out licenses for use in the field or temporary offices

    * Enhanced interface using enhanced resolution icons and such.

watch the demo video here




there are already beta version on torrent if you want to download, goes here




thanx to istigatore and demonoid to that torrent  :kiss:

and of course, you may need to see the detail of this new product, see the help file for ArcGIS 10 here :




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