Open Office is a great piece of software – and at its price, it’s pretty hard to beat! The default settings for Open Office might cause it to have a slow start-up speed though, but no problems! This tip will help you speed up Open Office’s start-up time instantly!
- Start either Write or Calc
- From the menu, go to >> “Tools”, then “Options”
- From the left menu, select “Memory”. Then on the right, follow these settings:
Number of steps is set to 20.
Graphics Cache for Open Office is set to 128 MB.
Memory per object is set to 20.0 MB.
Enable systray quickstarter is checked.
- Next, simply hit OK and exit the program
That’s it! The next time you run any application of the Open Office suite, you’ll realise that they will start up much faster!
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