Windows support lands, and updates on dataset and progress

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Message 123 - Posted: 7 Jul 2020, 21:45:16 UTC

Today MLC@Home is proud to announce Windows 64-bit support[!
Windows support joins the existing Linux 64-bit bit support already available.

After 1 week, MLC@Home contributors have finished over 100,000 workunits, and trained over 14,000 neural networks. That's tremendous, thank you all for your support; and there's a lot more just on the horizon, so keep crunching!

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Message 126 - Posted: 7 Jul 2020, 21:59:27 UTC

Yay! Got my main PC crunching away now.
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Message 129 - Posted: 7 Jul 2020, 23:53:18 UTC - in response to Message 126.  

Yay! Got my main PC crunching away now.


Same here :)
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Message 138 - Posted: 8 Jul 2020, 21:26:47 UTC
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Don't mean to be too picky, but maybe sometime in the future, on the server status page where you list tasks by application, you could break that out by OS type (Windows, Linux, etc.)? Just a thought.

(Of course, badges come first, though :) )
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