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JPEG Japery takes a long time to start up, why?


On a 64MB RAM Windows 98 computer, JPEG Japery should take about 2 to 4 seconds to load. Longer start up times may be attributed to the following factors:

1.

Some 3rd party programs such as virus scanners may interfere with JPEG Japery when it first loads thereby increasing start-up time. Closing these 3rd party programs before launching JPEG Japery should solve the problem.

2.

Installing JPEG Japery over a network or on a slow disk drive, floppy drive or cd will increase the time it takes for JPEG Japery to start.

3.

JPEG Japery saves the last target folder on exit. When you load JPEG Japery, if there are more than 300 files in that folder, JPEG Japery will display a progress bar while loading targets. You can cancel this by clicking on the cancel button.

4.

JPEG Japery saves the last target folder on exit. If this folder is on a slow disk drive, floppy drive or cd, this will increase the time it takes for JPEG Japery to start.

5.

JPEG Japery may be slower on older computers with less than 64 MB RAM and/or processors of less than 400MHz

6.

If your computer has not been optimized then JPEG Japery and all other tasks on your machine will take longer to run.

Over time, you may have accumulated programs and spyware that you no longer use. These will run in the background of your machine and eat your computers' resources.

You will need to remove these to speed up your computer.




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