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On 11/30/2010 2:32 PM, Charles Marcus wrote:
On 2010-11-30 3:13 PM, Barbara Duprey wrote:
On 11/30/2010 10:18 AM, Charles Marcus wrote:
Am 30.11.2010 09:47, schrieb Arda Tunccekic:
Maybe Quickstarter was usefull with the slow loading StarOffice suite,
but OO and LO already load up pretty quick.

And no one uses it here as I see. I don't use it too. I think it would
be switched off by default or removed..
Disagree... makes a *big* difference in LibO startup time here...

Sample/simple document opening time:

With Quickstarter running: about 1 second

Without Quickstarter running: about 8 seconds

I don't really care what the default is, but it definitely should not be
removed completely until a *lot* more optimization is done.
Do you by any chance have the option to check for updates enabled? That
makes a very dramatic difference in startup time, and is really not
particularly useful given the frequency and scope of "updates" (i.e.,
No, I generally turn that off at install time, but I just went to
check/confirm this, and now I can't seem to find that option anywhere...

I'm using OOo 3.1.1 on Win7-64bit, and it's under Tools > Options,, Online Update, Check for updates automatically. Sorry, I don't know if the LibO beta has a corresponding option.

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