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Sent: Thursday, 4 April 2013, 19:06
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: How I can reduce the loading speed of Calc ?
On 04/04/2013 01:40 PM, JR75018 wrote:
Thanks a lot krackedpress and Tom,
After the defragmentation (with Auslogics) nothing fantastic happened (the
data partition was 1% fragmented, and system 9%...).
I have a bookmark on my toolbar which is http://www.lungstrom.com/list/. So
I will have look very soon.
You would not believe how many time I see systems that are 20 to 30 percent fragmented.
That is one of the causes of file opening bottleneck and slow down. Also it reduces the life of
I hope you find the solution that works for your Atom system. I do know that our developers have
been working hard to remove the old coding that made the earlier version slower.
By chance, what type of spreadsheet calculations are you doing, or how complex is the cells/sheet?
What was your memory settings in the Tools > Options . . . dialogs. Sometimes the number of
objects and memory per objects, and the like can cause issues. It might help, or not, with you
system. I have never dealt with an Atom-based system before. I heard once that MS's OSs are not too
friendly with the Atom chipset on some boards. But, that was last year. I know that there are a lot
of OS based tweaks that can speed up a system, but you will need someone else for that, since I use
Win7 about 5% of the time and Ubuntu the 95%.
The list was created when I was a Windows-only user and needed to find free solutions, since some
of the software I needed for a new system could cost more than my rent. I have not gone through
all of the links in a long time. When I find one that is bad, I fix it or remove the listed item.
Now I use Linux for most things since 99.99% of the needed software was free. The one item
[specialty-driver] I needed to buy, no longer is since the color laser printer died.
The menu bar is a "hover and pop-down" system. You need to click on the subsection you want.
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