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vrf Reducing VEE Runtime loading time.

Question asked by VRFuser on Feb 13, 2008
Latest reply on Nov 7, 2012 by pkrci
Here are a few ideas:

Get a faster computer

Make sure the program file is defragmented. If Sleuthkit istat shows only one cluster run, it will load faster than if the OS has to bounce all over the disk to get the data.

If you use Automation libraries, you can reduce load time by unchecking them in Automation Library References. Unfortunately you can only do this if you're not declaring object variables or using Controls or Events. The CreateObject call is all that's strictly necessary. There are probably similar tips for .NET (dynamically loading assemblies for instance).

Provide a small program that displays a "splash" screen and then loads the main program.
-SHAWN-




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