Oh right, I think I may have misunderstood the workings of it a little bit=) But it is however supposed to take up less of your cpu resources than the other two methods. The MT4 publisher is notorious for taking up a lot (+ being prone to failing), and running an expert advisor always takes up a certain amount of RAM...
No probs :)
There are no 3 methods on myfxbook, they are exactly 2. One is MT4 Publisher, and other is the EA. The previous (EA's) was:
1. Create the account in myfxbook - get the number of ...
2. Get the EA and the DLL - put the EA in \experts and the dll in \experts\libraries
3. Run the EA and input the acc from 1. and your password for myfxbook
The new (fresh part) is that you run the installer instead of manually create the account in myfxbook
The new let you to skip 1. and 2.....
1. Run installer, point the MT4 folder
2. Run the EA and input your e-mail and password for myfxbook
BUT you can't name the new acc... it is equal to the number of your MT4. If you are publishing few accounts it is not a problem, but if you have tens (or hundreds :) ) it is a problem for sure.
Both: old and recent method of installing and running the myfxbookEA are different *only* by the way of installing and running but not by the method of work. Mean - equal CPU, connection, RAM, etc - there is no difference!
The true good way can be using your investor password, the myfxbook to get access to your acc *at the broker's* server.
That will prevent *any* manipulation (in case if the broker is not involved) and will cost nothing to your resources.