Cross-Platform Memory Inconsistencies

MisterX b.xavier at internet.lu
Sat Dec 17 07:07:12 EST 2005


Maybe it's time you admited pcs are not so bad after all ;) 

Welcome to the cross-plaform world... 

I hear standard buttons or animated gifs are a bad CPU cycle eater in the
osx world...

Xavier
http://monsieurx.com/taoo - going where no object's been before


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> Mathewson
> Sent: Saturday, 17 December, 2005 12:33
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> Subject: Cross-Platform Memory Inconsistencies
> 
> Why does a stack on a CD run really quite well on a Pentium 
> 2, 300MHz, 128 MB RAM (Win 98), a Pentium 3, 700 MHz, 128 MB 
> RAM (Ubuntu 5.10) and grind to a shuddering halt on an iMac 
> G3, 333MHz, 320 MB RAM (Mac 10.4)?
> 
> This is a 'bother' as one has to plan for eventualities with 
> machines and operating systems one might not own and/or have 
> access to.
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