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Why does the JBuilder9 require a machine which has to have strong configuration?

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Why does the JBuilder9 require a machine which has to have strong (CPU, RAM,...) configuration ?
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Because AFAIK, it's written in Java!
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Java IS slow, JBuilder IS java...so yes it's slow if this is just a hobby, but this is the price of portability. If it's your living, then get a better pc and use it. Forte would be such a cool product if it wasn't for it's next to useless (not building baby applets here) project system.
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