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
6.0

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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