How many toys have you enabled? Do you have previews on, backgrounds
on.. etc.. ? That obviously slows things down.
It's not a dog, but it doesn't "feel" as solid as Explorer usually is.
(of course, browse a machine that's been turned off in MS Explorer and
the whole OS locks up but that's a story for another time!)
Derek Noonan wrote:
>> I've done nothing only install RH7.2 out of the box, installed Samba, card
> manager s/ware, NSCP6.2 and Mozilla 0.97...
>> "It's all fun and games till someone losses [sic] an eye"
> Derek Noonan, Software Engineer, Clarus Corporation
>> -----Original Message-----
> From: Thomas B. Quillinan [mailto:t.quillinan at cs.ucc.ie]
> Sent: Friday, February 01, 2002 1:38 PM
> To: Derek Noonan; 'Cork at linux.ie'
> Subject: Re: [CLUG] Konquerer...
>> On Fri 01 Feb 2002 13:31, Derek Noonan wrote:
> > Is it just me of is Konquerer (filesystem browser in KDE) so slow almost
> > the point of unusability? Maybe Explorer is something that MS have done
> > correctly?
>> > I should point out that I haven't actually done any tests like looking at
> > the same network folder or anything...
>> I dont have that problem at all - I use it frequently. I even use it for
> scp (fish) audiocd etc...
> I'd suggest maybe looking at the preemptive kernel patch - It makes a
> difference, and also have you a version of kde compliled with the objprelink
>> hack? That also makes a *huge* difference.
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