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On 2011-02-11 3:35 PM, Kevin Hunter wrote:
How the quickstarter works is have use gobs of
memory effectively sitting idle.  That doesn't work.  Many of us in the
computing, engineering, physics, and chemical fields *use* our
computational resources.

75MB is not 'gobs' - that or we live in very different realities.

RAM is extremely cheap these days.

The short answer is that the quickstarter doesn't count: I want it to
load as fast or faster than MSO /without/ the quickstarter.  MSO can do
it, from a cold boot, fast.  Why can't LO?

Strawman... MSO *does* have a quickstarter, but it is invisible - hidden
in the OS startup processes...


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