Hi all:

    As I commented in a e-mail before, I'm updating document Getting Start 6.0 Chart 2 Setting Up. I requested information about Quickstarter because I didn't know how it function. Some answer clearing my dudes and help me my job. But now, with the information posted in the e-mail below, I'm confused again.

    Is true this information ? Is QuickStarter hasn't included on this document or only note that in Window 7 doesn't make any change or keep included as I already did ?


Jorge Rodríguez

El 02/03/2018 a las 09:30, V Stuart Foote escribió:
Tanstaafl wrote
The only option currently is to not run the Quickstarter. I'm wondering
now just how much faster it allows Libreoffice to start and if it worth
it to continue enabling it at all.
Not only not worth enabling, but best to perform a custom installation and
to not install it.  It has been removed from the Linux builds a LibreOffice

Microsoft dropped OSA at 2003 build of its Office products, and at Windows 7
they introduced the whole Jump List infrastructure with Jump List pinning to
Start Menu and Taskbar--elminating any advantage to enabling the
Quickstarter instance (and of pre loading a soffice.bin).

In reality LibreOffice has had no need of it for Windows 7 onward--and as
you've experienced it can cause issues.

This reminded me to go ahead and poke the UX community with  tdf#116142 --
Remove Quickstarter from Windows builds
<https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=116142>   which would
finally see this "anti-feature" go away.

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