TradingView App for Windows 8.1, 10 Fixes ‘Pin to Start’ Problems
The official TradingView app has launched a few days ago for Windows 8, letting you tracks stock and currencies and now it has received an update that makes it even better than before.
According to the official changelog of the TradingView app from the Windows Store, it has been updated with more debug information, which has been added to investigate on `Pin To Start` issue. This problem has been affecting several users and it wasn’t displaying live stocks data as it was supposed to be doing. Hopefully, this has been taken care off. Also, a bunch of other tiny bugs fixes have been put in place, as well. So, if you want to transform your Windows 8 table into a tool for monitoring stocks, forex and Bitcoin, then go ahead and follow the link at the end of the article and get TradingView, if you haven’t done it yet.
TradingView for Windows 8 now is more stable
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