Ha! Ha! there you go, LO just runs on whatever platform and O/S of your
choice. And for the most part, what is a minute or less really from
switch on to productive use of something. I can't make a cup of tea in
that time, and I mean a real brewed cup of tea. Now at least the movies
can show an actor sitting down in front of a PC and almost instantly
start to work on it, I used to laugh at this in the past :-P
On 06/08/2013 04:12 AM, Virgil Arrington wrote:
On 08/05/2013 05:03 PM, Tom Davies wrote:
That is weird.
On this fairly crumby laptop, 2.2GHz (hmmm, not so crumby after all)
it took about 0-1 seconds for the LO splash-screen to appear. Same
on my really nice desktop, 1.86GHz (hmmm, not so nice after all!).
Both running Ubuntu and fairly old versions of LO (i think).
Meanwhile on Windows 2.93GHz it took about 1s to open Writer
completely. Didn't even have time to see the splash screen.
I have a Sony Vaio laptop. I'm running a dual boot Windows 7 and Linux
Mint 15 (running in the Windows WUBI installer). I just started using
LO 4 on the Linux Mint side and immediately noticed how much faster it
runs on Mint rather than Win7. I'm sure there are a lot of variables,
and I haven't tested them all, but so far, I'm really pleased with the
performance of LO on Mint.
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