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Which one better ArcMap 10.4.1 or 10.5 [Med Version]

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I have 10.4 it has a simple bug, The first time you run it on your windows os each tool you lunch no matter what app crashes and you must terminate it but if you run it again it works fine

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All versions have bugs... all versions will eventually give the 999999 error with no explanation.

Its really up to you with respect to what toolboxes you need or even if any of the new features are relevant to what you do.

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I use 10.4.1 and dont have serious error

to eliminate error, disable background proc, since this 64bit function pretty much useless

if you want 64bit, go straight to arcgis pro

when you run processing. avoid minimize the program

arcgis 10.5 relatively new. no support yet from most extension.

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7 minutes ago, Lurker said:

I use 10.4.1 and dont have serious error

to eliminate error, disable background proc, since this 64bit function pretty much useless

if you want 64bit, go straight to arcgis pro

when you run processing. avoid minimize the program

arcgis 10.5 relatively new. no support yet from most extension.

It's refreshing to hear someone else who feels that the 64 bit background processing isn't worth the trouble it creates. It's such a crappy implementation in the desktop environment.

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yeah, ESRI made bad execution to implement 64bit on to ArcGIS, right now it just feel like frankensoftware, 64bit just stick to the software with a ducktape, LOL

seems they realize it and make ArcGIS pro, LOL

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Well it's pretty obvious that ArcGIS Pro will be the new defacto desktop envvironment soon. As for the current ArcGIS desktop, I always leave 64-bit processing off. It usually alleviates about 95% of any potential problems. If I need background processing (which is rare), there is other software outside of the ESRI framework that will allow for that or I'll use a workstation at work precisely for this purpose... set it and leave it.

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I'm working with ArcGIS 10.4.1, I didn't download and install ArcGIS 10.5 yet but I'll do that. ArcGIS 10.4.1 it was very good for me, I'v enough satisfaction of 10.4.1 version.

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On 2/16/2017 at 11:51 PM, am2 said:

I have 10.4 it has a simple bug, The first time you run it on your windows os each tool you lunch no matter what app crashes and you must terminate it but if you run it again it works fine

nice, exactly what happened to me, dunno why but i works fine only some minor like create new feature (tracing) it seems slower.

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On 2/17/2017 at 8:23 AM, Lurker said:

I use 10.4.1 and dont have serious error

to eliminate error, disable background proc, since this 64bit function pretty much useless

if you want 64bit, go straight to arcgis pro

when you run processing. avoid minimize the program

arcgis 10.5 relatively new. no support yet from most extension.

 

On 2/17/2017 at 8:33 AM, group5e said:

It's refreshing to hear someone else who feels that the 64 bit background processing isn't worth the trouble it creates. It's such a crappy implementation in the desktop environment.

yeah more over if you only have 8 GB RAM or less , it is not useful using 64 bit background processing.

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I am still using 10.3.1 :(

 

Waiting for IT to upgrade us been waiting months now....however my rule of thumb for most software upgrading is wait minimum of 6 months after version updates to let vendors sort out any major bugs. 

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