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From: Keith (d207-216-60-167.bchsia.telus.net)
Subject:         Re: Performance
Date: April 8, 2006 at 4:33 pm PST

In Reply to: Performance posted by BillR on April 8, 2006 at 12:52 pm:

I don't know about Linux, but I do know that Firefox is very inefficient about memory management on Windows. Vegsource does put a big load on browsers due to the advertising, but I don't notice it being much worse than other sites with comparable advertising.

It won't do a thing to your processor to run at 100%, because the CPU _always_ runs at 100%. When your processor usage shows less than 100%, it just means that the remainder of its power is being used by the idle process instead of a useful program. But the idle process is just another program (albeit not one that is particularly useful to you). So, a CPU that is "99% idle" is really 100% busy, but doing 1% of useful work and 99% of useless work. Your CPU will get just as hot when it is idle as when it is busy, and will "wear out" just as fast.

Keith

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