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From Armin Le Grand <>
Subject Re: Should quickstarter be enabled or disabled by default?
Date Fri, 27 Jul 2012 13:14:03 GMT
Hi Joost,

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Joost Andrae <> wrote: 
> Hi Armin, 
>> This would mean that it gets slower again after some time. I just did not 
>> use AOO, but worked on something else ca. 1 1/2 Hrs after rebooting. 
>> Nonetheless AOO started (doubleclicking the test document, no quickstarter, 
>> last used after reboot) instantly. There must be some least-recently-used 
>> thingy involved, I doubt that all dlls get kicked out after 10 min. Well, 
>> may depend on mem available and other things, though... 
>> I could not see it getting slower after 1 1/2 hours. If someone else has 
>> seen this (without quickstarter, on Win) please comment here. 
> how about to use available MS VC++ addons regarding GPU computing to compile AOO like
MS does with its own Metro apps for Win8 ? And how about to invest some development resources
into adding AOO libs to Win7/Win8 system cache at install time instead of using the quickstarter

Interesting to hear that this is possible, thus it could be a good replacement for quickstarter.
It would (if I understand correctly) fill the only existing bad scenario without quickstarter,
the first start directly after system reboot.

> On my notebook (without HR's quickstarter) a document opens in 11 seconds without using
the quickstarter and it starts immediately if the office once started before. (Core2Duo 2.8
Ghz, 8 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD). 

Joost, thanks for the numbers. Not too bad, I think. Compared with some years ago the argument
for quickstarter has scaled down accordingly, I guess.

> Kind regards, Joost 

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