... and MS ... shoots ... JVM at ... Well, okay, thanks. Now another question: Is there anything I can do to speed up PCGen on my PC? Frankly, it runs likeMessage 1 of 34 , Apr 1, 2002View Source--- In pcgen@y..., Scott Ellsworth <scott@a...> wrote:
> One would, but then one would realize that XP is Microsoft land,and MS
> does not want it to be easy to run Java applications. Sun oftenshoots
> itself in the foot, but at least they want you to have a runningJVM at
> the end of the day. MS most definitely does not.Well, okay, thanks. Now another question: Is there anything I can
do to speed up PCGen on my PC? Frankly, it runs like a pig. I
spotted something on the Files page about a platform-specific package
for Windows, but couldn't make heads or tails of what to do with it.
Again, it's probably my broadly-applied ignorance of all things Java
that's getting in the way here.
From: larrywiding Sent: Tuesday, April 02, 2002 3:22 PM ... AVG by Grisoft doesn t seem to cause performance issues, and it s freeMessage 34 of 34 , Apr 2, 2002View SourceFrom: "larrywiding" <larrywiding@...>
Sent: Tuesday, April 02, 2002 3:22 PM
> Excellant point. I have found McAfee tends to affect Java more thanAVG by Grisoft doesn't seem to cause performance issues, and it's free for
> Norton, but both can cause some serious performance problems.
I recommend it to all Windows users who don't already have a virus scanning