How many cores do translators use for word count?

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Did you know that your PC may have more than one ‘brain’ inside?

Well, It is still one physical chip but there are more than 1 logical ‘core’.

Most modern computers ship with multi-core processors. E.g., Intel Core i3 processor has 2 cores, Core i5 processor – between 2 and 4 cores, Intel Core i7 processor – between 2 and 4 cores.

And know what?


Only 1 out of 10 software packages explicitely support multi-core processing.

Let’s go straight to the topic of this article: How many cores do translators use for word count?

Now the answer is simple – as many as they want!

We’ve just published the official release of version 8 of our ultimate word count tool – AnyCount with 3 new features:

check icon Modern interface. We’ve kept it as easy as always. Plus added nice style and new icons.

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check icon Word Count Advisor: Hints are shown around the program. The feature will be useful for novices. Pro’s can turn it off by unchecking Show Hints in General Settings tab.

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And the most important innovation:

check icon Upgraded Text Count Engine, which works faster, especially on multi-core processors.

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Now you have a chance to upgrade your AnyCount to use resources of your PC at full throttle!

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