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JimboZA

Hi gang,

Always struck me that the IDE takes, like, forever to fire up. Today I timed it at 55sec from hitting the icon in my taskbar to an empty sketch.

Anyone feel like timing theirs just so I can see if mine's slow?

(IDE 1.0.1, Windows 7 Pro, Core Duo 2GHz with 2GB RAM.)

TIA,

Jim
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DO NOT power servos from Arduino 5V: give them their own power and connect the grounds.

dxw00d

Under two seconds (Vista 64, 3GHz Core2duo, 3GB).

JimboZA

I thought the EU had banned Vista along with lead-free-solder  :P
My hovercraft is full of eels.

No PMs for help please.
DO NOT power servos from Arduino 5V: give them their own power and connect the grounds.

dxw00d

I don't know. It's one of my work PCs. It came from HP with Vista on it.

JimboZA

Well it certainly loads the IDE an order of magnitude faster than mine!
My hovercraft is full of eels.

No PMs for help please.
DO NOT power servos from Arduino 5V: give them their own power and connect the grounds.

AWOL

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JimboZA


Have you got Bluetooth enabled?


Yeah...

I tried again with it off... halved the time, but still 25secs or so.
My hovercraft is full of eels.

No PMs for help please.
DO NOT power servos from Arduino 5V: give them their own power and connect the grounds.

The Clever Monkey



Have you got Bluetooth enabled?


Yeah...

I tried again with it off... halved the time, but still 25secs or so.


Try disabling any real-time anti-virus stuff you have enabled.
I yield() for co-routines.

JimboZA


Try disabling any real-time anti-virus stuff you have enabled.


Not madly keen on doing that, but will do so as a test... thanks.
My hovercraft is full of eels.

No PMs for help please.
DO NOT power servos from Arduino 5V: give them their own power and connect the grounds.

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