Velocizzare OpenOffice – How to speed up OpenOffice

Aprite OpenOffice e cliccate su Tools -> Options, configurate le varie opzioni come da immagini sotto e vi assicuro dei notevoli miglioramenti sulla velocita’ di apertura dei vostri documenti OpenOffice.

Sezione Memory:

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Nota: e’ bene utilizzare gli accorgimenti della sezione “memory” solo se si possiede almeno 1GB di ram o piu’, soprattutto l’opzione di avvio del quickstarter, che alloca permanentemente la memoria indicata (128MB) ad uso esclusivo di OO anche quando e’ inattivo.

Sezione Java:

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Nota: per la sezione “java” non ci sono controindicazioni a meno che non dobbiate usare plugin o tool java all’interno di OO

Thanks to Zolved

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3 Responses to “Velocizzare OpenOffice – How to speed up OpenOffice”
  1. ?? ?????
    10:17 on March 18th, 2011

    Thanks for your nice and interesting article

  2. aceqbaceq
    17:12 on October 29th, 2008

    i suggest a real method to increase performance of OpenOffice. the only way out is DOCK TO TRAY. by using kdocker or alltray.

    but there is a difficulty. in manual mode (when you by using mouse indicates window) kdocker succesfully kick openoffice window to tray, but through command line it did not work by default. the solution is to define window ID of opened OpenOffice window and transfer it to kdocker.

    here is script that you need put in $HOME/.kde/Autostart/office-to-tray.sh

    #!/bin/bash

    /opt/openoffice.org2.4/program/scalc -norestore &

    sleep 15

    /usr/local/bin/kdocker -w `/usr/X11R6/bin/xwininfo -root -children -tree | /bin/grep “OpenOffice.org Calc” | awk ‘{ print $1 }’` &

    /opt/openoffice.org2.4/program/swriter -norestore $HOME/.1.doc

    sleep 5

    /usr/local/bin/kdocker -w `/usr/X11R6/bin/xwininfo -root -children -tree | /bin/grep “.1 – OpenOffice.org Writer” | awk ‘{ print $1 }’` &

    and you need put small simple .1.doc file to $HOME.

    the result: celeron 1800,512Mb,FC4,icewm , xls file 450kb open for 4 seconds!

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