To get the best results, after the checking of the box, you should
restart your system. That is what I was told a year or two ago.
What you are now saying is a file/document loading issue.
How long has it been since you defragged your Atom-based system? The
more fragmented the drive it the slower the load times can be. Wor my
Windows systems [XP to Win7] I have been using the free "Auslogics Disk
I keep a list of free security and utility package at this list page.
That way I never need to remember URLs or specific names of packages. I
also refer people to that list to find the free security packages that
they need to replace the paid versions that they do not want to pay for
any more. LO is listed there as well.
On 04/04/2013 07:14 AM, JR75018 wrote:
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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Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: How I can reduce the loading speed of Calc ? · Kracked_P_P---webmaster
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