Re: win 2000 and bracket-maching speed
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- Subject: [mg23477] Re: win 2000 and bracket-maching speed
- From: "John Keith" <jskeith at interaccess.com>
- Date: Fri, 12 May 2000 22:54:18 -0400 (EDT)
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I have been using Mathematica 4.01 under Win2K since Release Candidate 2
(last September) with no problems. In fact, contrary to popular belief, most
programs, including Mathematica, seem to run 5 - 10% faster than under NT4.
I would tend to suspect an underlying system problem, perhaps another
program or service that is hogging system resources. You might try looking
at the Performance and Processes tabs in the Task Manager.
Also, I might add that in my experience, dual Celeron systems have had
"Peter Buttgereit" <buttgereit at communication-works.de> wrote in message
news:8f2971$ud at smc.vnet.net...
> Hi All
> Running Mathematica v.4 on a bi-celeron 256 MB with Win 2000 the
> mechanism is annoyingly slow. After typing a bracket one has to wait for
> at least a second.
> The fancy effects of win2k are switched off --
> any ideas to speed it up more like on nt4 ?
> tia -- kr,
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