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    Re: To Nautilus or not to Nautilus : Ain’t Nautilus too slow (Score: 1)
    by CaptainRotundo on Tuesday, November 13 @ 18:27:08 GMT

    Ok every one has been posting numbers, CPU usage jumping to 30% or whatever, memory usage, etc. all this nonsence means nothing unless it changes usability, now everyone also says nautilus makes their machine too slow to use. And you all have much better systems than I. so can someone explain why I dont have the crazy delays that everyone mentions ? I posted what I ran and its no where near some of your systems but I dont have delays. Nautilus takes about 8-12 seconds on initial load.. thats it, after that opening windows and files and browsing has delays towards one whole second for me.

    I am beginning to think that this is turning into some wierd religious nonsence along the lines of vi/emacs.

    Or maybe I’m the only person that can wait an entire second for a decent appliction to do something.


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