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Hello Jacques

The only answer to your question is enabling the "quick launch" option that places some of the LO package in memory during boot of the Windows system. It appears that you have 2 Gigabyte of Ram. Are you willing to take part of it to have part of the LO package reside in RAM to speed up the process?

You can find that option at:

     Tools > Options > LibreOffice > Memory
     LibreOffice Quickstarter check box "Enable systray Quickstarter"

I have tested LibreOffice on an old Compaq 3500+ CPU system and LibreOffice took 20+ seconds to load up. That was the oldest/slowest system I have tested 3.6.x or 4.0.1 on. I know that Atom-based system can be slow, but they seem to allow for smaller size systems. The Raspberry Pi systems are the smallest "new" system I know of and are equivalent to a Pentium 4 300 MHz processor system, so we do need to find the best tricks to make it load/run quicker.

On 04/04/2013 03:53 AM, JR75018 wrote:
First time I come here -> Hello to everybody and thanks to The Document

I have an Asus EeePc 1005 HA - 2 Go ram (2 Go * 1) - Intel Atom N280  @
1.66GHz - Windows 7 Home Premium 32-but SP1 - HD 244 Go

My LO version is (in french).

Number of operations : 100.
Memory for LO : 20 Mo
Memory per item : 5,2 Mo.

My (small) file : 24,6 ko (28 on the disk).

On the desk I have a link for my file. After a double click I have to wait
42 sec. Another way :

I click on LO shortcut : >= 6 sec. Then...
I choose Calc : >= 2 sec. Then...
I choose my file (in the last of the last files...) : >= 26 sec.

How I can reduce the loading speed of Calc ?



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