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How can I reduce applet's time?

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Hi,
My applet contains several dozens of jar files.
The initial download of the applet takes a long time, but even more troubling, after the jars have already been downloaded to the client the load time of the applet is very long due to the long verification process of the jar files.
Since the verification of the jar files is a must for us, I was wondering whether there is a way to optimize the verification process and make more efficient and faster?

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try launching it through JWS( webstart )
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not really, if it has to be done then theres not much you can do
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Checking it out
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