samtygier at yahoo.co.uk
Mon Jun 14 22:48:11 UTC 2010
On 14/06/10 23:36, Rovanion Luckey wrote:
> Good day
> I have the tingling sensation that this topic has already been up to
> discussion, but I'm going to bring it up anyways.
> Preload is a daemon that monitors what applications the user runs and
> by analysing that data it prefetches the most used data into the RAM so
> to decrease the time needed to launch these applications to which the
> data belongs. This is a package that I always install on a fresh Ubuntu
> box because it makes it faster, quite simply.
> So here comes my fairly predictable question: Is there any chance that
> this package can become one of the default packages in an Ubuntu
> installation. If not, then why not?
i install it on any machine i install linux on, to speed up application load times.
there is a brainstorm entry http://brainstorm.ubuntu.com/idea/23356/
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