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    Trading software for Linux

    LInux seems like the best alternative for base software for the next decade or more - all kinds of CPU and hardware support, many interchangable versions - both free and paid, light and stable work, secure environment. Currently about 10 percent of desktop/x86-laptop, 70 percent of servers, 60 percent of ARM-based mobile devices run on Linux.
    Windows gets more and more demanding since XP sp3. Currently there are PCs less than 10 years old that cannot run last two versions (10 and 8) because of hardware requirements - and those are PCs with hardware capabilities suitable for more than half of humanity.

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    linux is a light system and so the programs work well and faster with it and so the platform also will work faster and become more rapid with it, but linux is not an easy system and needs a good one that knows how to handle it and work with and so it is not suitable for everyone, so if the trader knows how to use linux then it is better to setup the platform in this system.

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    It is true that due to the time elapsed in Linux, many new software has improved, which is more accurate than ever, so we should go with our technology for good results, because we do not follow it, I think we are old, and MT4 famous version Because it is used more after a decade.

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    I think use linux is not practice because we need an operating system that is supported by brokers, besides that there are not many options for using indicators and EA, even if we can use MT4 with virtual, why not just use Windows? operating systems supported by brokers are still an option

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