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Posted on 2013-10-29
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I have an applicaiton in a manufacturing environment that has a browswer that is java based. On slower comptuers that run XP or Win 7 32 bit, it takes a long time to load. I spoke with the applicaiton provider to see if it can be speeded up, but they did not have too much to offer in terms of tips or tricks. does anyone know any tips or tricks to get a java based viewer to load faster by making any adjustments to the PC's that run window 7 64 & 32, with a few legacy XP machines?
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It may not be the application, it could be the version of the JRE that is installed or it could be that the browser is being slowed down by plugins that it has loaded.  Have a chat to your developer to see if a newer JRE could be installed, and then try running the browser without any addons and then loading the application in it.

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