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Other apps' interfaces are drawm by Windows itself. Can you email the binary to me? Comment 57 Emlyn Shannon 2002-04-12 22:08:21 PDT I don't know whether this is important, but Mozilla does take longer than other OS X apps to become active once it's been swapped If you enjoy weird fiction, from writers such as H.P. useful reference
unless the VMSize isn't reduced as programs are swapped in, it's new memory being allocated/program code being loaded that causes the disk churn/slow response. I can't figure out why. Comment 29 Suresh Duddi (gone) 2002-02-01 10:31:46 PST Peter: A small fraction is what painting *should* take. Ask a question and give support.
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Comment 65 David Bradley 2002-04-18 20:48:09 PDT I think a lot of this is due to the Mark/Sweep GC mechanism. Comment 76 st8 2002-05-05 13:39:12 PDT It was the first anniversary of this bug last week! :) Seriously though, this is how long it has been around. It is true that this only happens when Mozilla is paged out.
- Among others, I'm using these apps: Autocad 2000 Corel Draw PaintShop Pro Macromedia Dreamweaver, Netscape 4.7+ win2000, PIII 512 megs ram I'm seeing the same 15-20 freeze when un-minimizing Moz RC1
- do I need to hit the computer store and buy replacements for everything and swap them out, one by one?
- The curly > braces have been added to show where nesting occurs.
- Mozilla is the only program that takes THAT long to wake up.
- Comment 37 Jacek Chmiel 2002-03-18 00:33:58 PST I see the following: window's frames appear quickly but content is repainted very slowly, especially in Mozilla Mail window.
- Comment 27 Kevin Peuhkurinen 2002-01-31 09:51:18 PST If it helps more, this is exactly what I experience: When I click on the minimized Mozilla icon on the task bar, the outline
- Tried to change "Large system cache" - no change noticed.
- A quick reinstall of the anti virus and its working again.
- Don't give me five!
Similar Topics Win XP system reboot or "funkiness" after long idle time? (minidump log attached) Nov 2, 2005 Windows XP MCE 2005 freezes, usually after idle period Feb 25, 2007 PC never did this before and i have owned the PC for 5 months. Morse 2002-05-21 10:26:26 PDT I just experimented with Bradley's memhog program, and it behaves essentially the same as the one I posted above. Comment 85 cmorley 2002-05-11 03:42:41 PDT I'm seeing this annoying bug also.
Please.... –John Isaiah Carmona Mar 7 '12 at 8:41 Please be more descriptive than saying it is slow. Computer Slow After Idle Windows 7 And this includes development environments, graphics packages and other enormous programs on the same memory usage scale as Mozilla. I'll doublecheck (well, more like quadruple check) the connections and take a look at the capacitors. http://superuser.com/questions/404322/why-is-the-windows-ui-responds-slowly-after-being-idle-for-a-long-time So annoyed.
Comment 79 David Bradley 2002-05-06 13:40:09 PDT The VM isn't affected by whats in or out of the paging file. Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. On allocation the working set climbs but then falls and then expands and shrinks several times. All my books are available at www.portalpressbooks.com Voransicht des Buches » Was andere dazu sagen-Rezension schreibenEs wurden keine Rezensionen gefunden.Ausgewählte SeitenTitelseiteInhaltsverzeichnisInhaltHistory of the Infection 41 First Encounter 49 Going Home 55
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Nov 26, 2005 #4 kjl TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 17 IronDuke said: Check all your internal connections, memory and cards are properly seated. i will look into that Nforce driver, and the other solution as well to see which works. Windows 10 Slow After Idle Comment 17 st8 2001-12-29 10:29:39 PST It happens on NT as well if we can't find this optimisation, I don;t think anyone else will. Windows 10 Idle Freeze Exiting and reentering the browser didn't help either.
How can I run Process explorer ALWAYS as Administrator? see here Comment 68 Ortwin Escher 2002-05-01 07:57:52 PDT My system: 1 GHz Athlon C, 512 MB RAM, WinXP The slow maximize bug can occur after just a few seconds: With or without Mozilla frees up some memory -> Windows XP grabs it for disk caching purposes while copying large files -> Mozilla needs a lot of time to restore its windows. same thing as explained by the two gentlemen above, works fine when im on it, using MAYA 7, Shake, Photoshop you name it it works.
Unfortunately, I cannot seem to download the patched binary. Bring up a minimized window is noticibly slow on a 1 GHz machine... If you're system it taking longer then you may need to defrag or check into the transfer rates of your hard drive. this page If so, then maybe these settings needed to be adjusted so that the important parts of Mozilla will 'try harder' to stay memory-resident.
So this doesn't appear to be a problem. Isnt this obvious: it is the very apparent bugs in the Mozilla memory manager/garbage collector. For the record, my current Windows system is a P4 1.6Ghz w/ 128MB RAM running W2K Sp2.
They use about 1 Gb of RAM - is that high?
I'm not much of a programmer, but I've been doing some testing on this problem. I don't even realise its slow until I try to open a program, folder or type a web address in a already open browser. I don't think it has to do with QL but our painting/view manager code. So Mozilla is being a "good" app by not fighting to stay in RAM. - after a moment, the code slowly starts swapping back into RAM (i.e., "Mem Usage").
But if I look further down in my output, I now see a long delay (which I don't think ws there before) in a WM_PAINT following the dispatching of the 112. Comment 20 Boris Zbarsky [:bz] (still a bit busy) 2002-01-29 14:08:05 PST dp, what do you think of the data in comment 19? Comment 48 "Deelit" 2002-04-05 05:37:02 PST sorry, it affects win98se too. http://hcsprogramming.com/windows-10/upgrading-after-a-very-long-time-need-some-suggestions-please.php Comment 126 Olli Männistö 2002-06-21 04:01:29 PDT I have the mail crash problem as well with the experimental binary.
TechSpot is a registered trademark. Morse 2002-06-01 00:42:31 PDT cc'ing danm and bryner since I had already discussed these timing numbers with them in private e-mail and they had some comments on it. Even surfing the web now I am liable to crash. This time the delay was less (as was to be expected) -- about six seconds.
One starting up from minimized state, one completely from quicklaunch up to menus and stuff reacting properly. If so then this backs up #79. You?ll need to reduce or eliminate your swap file, defrag, then set the size again. With 1.0rc1 there is a noticeable speedup but restoring a window shouldn't take longer than killing the application and restarting it.
Yeah, I will probably buy a replacement drive and then go through the remaining computer components in ascending order of "how big a pain in the **** it is to order This is annoying though especially since it takes away some of what quick launch gives us. I just want to clarify what I think is some confusion in the postings above. I have no idea to whom this bug could be assigned...
Comment 82 Ashley Bischoff (blog at handcoding.com) 2002-05-06 15:44:18 PDT David: It's not that Mozilla is particularly large, but IE 'cheats', since much of it is integrated into the OS. Comment 38 Peter Lockhart 2002-03-19 02:42:04 PST I still see this on win2k, 256MB RAM.