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You should really rid of some of the stuff in your taskbar. I've never seen a system with so many running processes that wasn't incredibly slow

 

 

 

They are not all running those are quick launch shortcuts.

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You should really rid of some of the stuff in your taskbar. I've never seen a system with so many running processes that wasn't incredibly slow

 

How many processes have you got in your Task Manager? I have 33 at the most, and when I boot up 28.

 

Those icons are shortcuts and do not slow down a machine. My computer is fast and slick with maintenance done regularly, some daily.

 

Thanks for your observation but my system is fine.

 

kind regards, ;)

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Glad I'm not programming anymore. I'm not sure what I hated more, Eclipse or Java. lol.gif

Haha, I used to code Java with a text editor and the command line. Eclipse is like a dream come true. Autocompletes what I'm typing, formats my code, generates docs, refactors things (so if I rename a class, or move it to a different package, I don't have to go through and update every instance of it in other code).

 

Eclipse and Java are bloated, but I've got a gig of ram and a Celeron D so I'm not too worried. :clap:

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Haha, I used to code Java with a text editor and the command line. Eclipse is like a dream come true. Autocompletes what I'm typing, formats my code, generates docs, refactors things (so if I rename a class, or move it to a different package, I don't have to go through and update every instance of it in other code).

 

Eclipse and Java are bloated, but I've got a gig of ram and a Celeron D so I'm not too worried. :clap:

 

Java sucks, I rather code in Assembly or C++.
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Java sucks, I rather code in Assembly or C++.

 

Assembly is useless for what the common programmer wants to do.

 

Java is so much more flexible than C++. Just about anything I code will run on Windows, Linux, OSX, Solaris, etc, with no changes. I can make my applications into web applets with minimal effort. C++ may be faster, but it's nowhere near as portable as Java is.

 

Those reasons, and the fact that Java was offered as a class in my school (C++ was not) are why I use it.

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