No Multi-Processor support for InDesign?
InDesign were and still is very slow. Now I work on an iMac 2017 with i7 processor with 4.2 GHz and Radeon Pro 580 8GB graphics with InDesign 14.0.1. The i7 is a Quadcore CPU but if InDesign works, it still works on just 1 Core! So InDesign ist still slow and the Beachball appears very often. Photoshop instead uses all the performance of this great machine.
Isn't it possible, to use all CPU-cores and maybe additionally the GPU with InDesign, to increase the performance?
Same problem here. InDesign utilizes only ONE CPU core, no matter what. It could be great not to see the spinning beach ball working in InDesign 14.0.2 on this machine:
iMac (Retina 5K, 27-inch, 2019)
CPU: 3.6 GHz Intel Core i9 (8-Core 16-Threads)
RAM: 16 GB 2667 MHz DDR4
GPU: Radeon Pro 580X 8 GB
Storage: SSD (Write 1900 MB/s Read 2400 MB/s)
At bigger operations (export to pdf or print) the CPU is at 100% but only a single core. If we could use more cores, that would make a huge difference.