Thank you krackedpress,
I checked the box - Chargement de LibreOffice au démarrage du système - (=
Load LibreOffice when the system start).
The first time I click on my file's link I have to wait 50 sec. The second
time 32 sec.
If I open LO I wait maximum 6 sec. Then I click on Calc and I wait less than
1 sec. Now I choose my file in the recent documents list and I wait around
Now I look at my netbook and I remember how big was this machine in 1979. I
remember how long we had to wait sometimes... The most important is : today
we have Writer, Calc... for nothing. And it works fine compare to /others/
you have to pay a lot for.
So it is ok. After somedays I will play /again/on my desktop. I am going to
bring it to the shop where they will change the CPU (a second hand Core 2
duo E 8400 instead of P 4 531), put 8 Go Ram (4 Go x 2) and I will /run/ on
W7 64 bits and Linux Mint 64 bits too. This will be the future for me...
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