rrumberger at web.de
Sat Dec 4 11:47:05 UTC 2010
Am Samstag 04 Dezember 2010, um 11:30:41 schrieb Thomas Olsen:
> On Saturday 04 December 2010 04:46:38 Reinhold Rumberger wrote:
> > Actually, you're using activities - that option simply creates a
> > different activity for each desktop. A pretty annoying "feature" as it
> > uses enormous amounts of resources and you have to maintain the widgets
> > for each desktop separately (each widget uses it's own share of RAM and
> > CPU, making the desktop *really* slow in the long run).
> Are you saying that it uses (significantly) more resources to have X number
> of VD's with each their Activity, wallpaper and set of Widgets, than to
> use only one desktop with X number of Activities and each their wallpaper
> and set of Widgets?
In both cases you have X activities, which is kind of what I'm trying to
avoid. Additional activities suck resources and I only need four for all of my
seven desktops (one of them I could probably scrap as I never really use it).
No need to have seven activities guzzle up resources.
(To answer your question: it's the activities that are the resource hogs.
Varying the amount of desktops isn't going to do a lot.)
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