Subject: Re: Your computer will be slllowwwwing dooowwwnnnnnn....
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From: Neil <>
Subject: Re: Your computer will be slllowwwwing dooowwwnnnnnn....
Date: Fri, 19 Jan 2018 16:12:34 -0500
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On 1/19/2018 2:03 PM, Mayayana wrote:
> "Neil"<> wrote
> | I doubt that the majority of users will notice any speed difference
> | since they aren't running hot-rodded gaming systems or big data number
> | crunchers.
> |
>    It's about kernel calls. So, for instance, if
> you're using a graphic editor and applying a filter
> tp a giant image, that shouldn't slow down
> because it's just calculations. But if you're
> doing something intensive that requires a lot
> of disk read/write than that will be slower
> because it will now essentially require calling
> an external program for each operation.
Again, that applies to a very small number of users.

best regards,