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On 2012-05-22 06:55, Tom Davies wrote:
Hi :)
Over 1Gb and 1GHz sounds like waaay more than enough. Even if you are running Ubuntu that should be opening fine. Maybe 10-15 seconds? On this machine it takes just under 10 seconds and it's very similar to your machine by the sounds of it. Mine is over 2GHz but has low cache. Gnu&Linux with 8Gb ram!!?!? Lol, why!?!! Was it made for Windows perchance? I guess that much would be good for playing around with virtual machines. You could have a whole swarm of them in there ;) lol. Actually i do think i could do with either switching distros or buying more Ram for exactly that, perhaps both. Regards from
Tom :)

--- On Mon, 21/5/12, Steve Edmonds<>  wrote:

From: Steve Edmonds<>
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: No QuickStarter? (Linux)
Date: Monday, 21 May, 2012, 19:00

On 2012-05-22 02:34, minhsien0330 wrote:
2012/5/21 Steve Edmonds<>

My LO 3.4.6 starts from a file click in 3 seconds so is fast enough
without the quick starter. I find LO very fast these days.

Dear Steve Edmonds:
I also downloaded and installed LO 3.4.6, but it takes about 7 seconds when
I first time to start it.
Did you had modified any option?

My hardware information is below:
Genuine Intel(R) CPU           T2300  @ 1.66GHz
Ram DDR2 2G
HDD: sata 7200rpm 320GB


Hi. I have  low power i5-2500T CPU @ 2.30GHz, 8 GB  ram. I haven't
turned my PC off for months and are not sure if it takes longer the
first time to start LO but now  is quick.

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