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You are most welcome. I am a farmer among other things. A 50 horsepower tractor will take twice as long to do the same amount of work as a 100 horsepower tractor. A computer processor only has so many cycles in a given time frame. If another processor had twice as many cycles, things should go twice as fast in theory. It would be interesting to know how your file would work on a newer machine.

Hi, Don:
I do belive a newer computer would minimize the saving time, but I have no
money to buy a new one.
I think "allow typing while saving files" would be a good feature for many
old computer users.
Such feature will save our working time when using Libreoffice on old
machines, we don't need to buy new computers for the long file saving time.

Thank you :)

2012/3/18 Don Myers<>


I think that Tom was thinking he made a double post, not you. Do you know
anyone who has a newer computer with a faster processor and more memory
that you could run your files on to see if there is any difference between
theirs and yours? Then we would know if it is a hardware issue with the
computer, or a LibreOffice issue.



Don C. Myers
e-PRO Certified by the National Association of Realtors
Manager, Farm and Rural Property Division
*Coldwell Banker University Realty
*126 East Foster Avenue, State College, PA 16801
Phone: 814-237-6543 Fax: 814-237-6502
Visit the Farm and Rural Property Division Website at <>_
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