"It is much slower" because it's running on a jump drive...
I know that.
Why don't you run it from your hard drive? You can unpack it anywhere and
won't affect the installed version in any way...
The last time I installed a new version, I went from 3.5.7 to 4.0.5. The
version 4 completely deleted my 3.5.7, which I did *not* want. I later found
out on this list that such was apparently normal behavior. I don't want to
risk the same thing happening again.
Even better: if you have a slow PC try X-LibreOffice. I guarantee you that
it is even faster than the installed version ;)
My PC is plenty fast enough for me. But, for my jump drive, I'll check out
the X version. I had never heard of it before. Thanks for the tip.
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