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On Sat, Feb 12, 2011 at 06:22, Kevin Hunter wrote:
In a mathematical sense of "all" I already believe it is not entirely the
fault of OOo/LO.  However, I need more information before I will accept this
particular bit of anecdotal evidence.  For starters, /how/ did the Yoper
folks get such an increase in speed for OOo?  Why have I -- so far -- been
unable to recreate these results on my own machines (which range from old to
fairly new, and run a variety of distros)?

Possibly by tweaking the options.  You can get a significant startup
time decrease by adjusting a few things.  For example, go to Tools >
Options > Memory and reduce the Graphics cache and memory per object.
Then go to Tools > Options > Java and disable JRE.  These two things
make quite a noticeable difference in both the memory footprint, and
the startup time.

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