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Re: asus eeepc 1225 half solved

On Fri, 6 Dec 2019 14:16:06 -0500
Celejar <celejar@gmail.com> wrote:

> Interesting - I have no experience with this, but Firefox does have an
> option to disable the default hardware acceleration, and some sites
> recommend this to solve performance problems:
> https://lifehacker.com/disable-firefoxs-hardware-acceleration-to-fix-slowness-749344037
> https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1050822
> In my Firefox, the setting is under Preferences, section Performance,
> uncheck "Use recommended performance settings", and then you'll find a
> (checked by default) checkbox labeled "Use hardware acceleration when
> available". You can try unchecking it and see what happens.
> Celejar

Modern mass programs ( as firefox, chromium , thunderbird ) consume
many resources , ok now computers are more powerful, but the impression
is that they consume too much.


Claws mail take about 2.4% memory , thunderbird ( only startup) about
12% , the total memory in 2G.

For a email and nntp client is really too much.
I think the developers of now put too many #include and libraries in
their programs.


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