Trinoc wrote:I can never understand why programs which people frequently want to keep running in the background (browsers, emailers, etc.) do not have minimizing to the system tray as a standard option.
I normally start up Palemoon (and Thunderbird) just once on boot-up. If I need the memory they are using for something else they just get swapped out to the page file.
---- main start startupCDB StartupCDE firstPaint sessionR createTopLW firstLoadURI
Warm 31 undef 101 32724 2544 2674 425 2658
Cold 546 530 1045 35615 5226 6052 2574 5460
megaman wrote:No idea what these figures say.
Moonchild wrote:The main (top level) window is created in about 1 second for you - the other 5 are spent initializing the UI (before the first paint event of content). Your add-ons are using the startup time, by the looks of it. Either that or slow hardware initialization for graphics. Hard to tell.
Moonchild wrote:All in all, anything < 10 seconds is certainly nothing to complain about. A modern web browser is a very complex piece of software, more akin to a 3D game than anything else. It just takes time to load up. If you can't spare 10 seconds to load up the browser, then you're way too much in a hurry, IMHO
megaman wrote:Moonchild wrote:Excluding Palemoon in avast!, to see if that helps.
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