link68759 wrote:OK, I think you have an older build. I updated it to not need the d[ebug] dlls. Download everything again, to a different folder in case it doesn't work. I want to know if it doesn't work though.
megaman wrote:link68759 wrote:OK, I think you have an older build. I updated it to not need the d[ebug] dlls. Download everything again, to a different folder in case it doesn't work. I want to know if it doesn't work though.
Success! it still requires the Regclass .dll but it opens without needing any other .dll. It also works as it did while I was testing it, less than 10 minutes but still time taken for the program.
Moonchild wrote:It will make your OS load up slower by using it, of course.
Moonchild wrote:So, the preloader will have limited use - loading and initializing extensions is what usually takes the most time.
But, I guess if you chop a relatively long wait up in two chunks, it makes both of those waits matter less.
You should rename it "core preloader" or something?
link68759 wrote:I actually am not seeing a drastic improvement, with my many tabs and many extensions. Sure it might go from ~10s to ~7s now, but... anything over ~2s already interrupts my flow and once I'm in for a wait, another second or so hardly matters.
link68759 wrote:37 [enabled] extensions (47 extensions total)
76 tabs in this tab group, 112 tabs in session.
9 User scripts, 2 of which apply to all pages
15 user styles, 4 of which affect UI components of firefox
Warm boot: 11s
With preloader: 8s
Edit- with the preloader, palemoon opens immediately, but it takes 8 seconds to render the window. Without preloader, the window won't even pop up for at least 5 seconds.
dark_moon wrote:It exist a option to load tabs until selected, yes.
But!: This didn't work for pinned tabs.
So if the user have many pinned tabs, PM loads they all at start