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Re: [K12OSN] Making thin clients "faster"



On Fri, Nov 13, 2009 at 7:08 AM, Hamlesh [Personal] <hm motah co uk> wrote:
> Guys/Gals,
>
> Any tips on how to make the thin clients "faster"?  Current setup;
>
>
> Current host:
>
> Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.00GHz with 1Gb RAM
>
>
> Current client:
>
> (how much of a difference does the spec make here?)
>
> Old pc with a dual core 2ghz intel and 700mb ram - no hdd

With a dual core client try running FF as a local app.

>
>
> The issue I'm having is that on the client things seem to be a bit
> laggy, typing this email into firefox (gmail) for example isn't as
> smooth as it would normally be, or even be via a remote desktop
> session to a windows server (just an example).
>
>
> The main bug bear happens when I'm scrolling through a webpage or my inbox list.
>
>
> The other clients on the network are varying in spec, but most are
> little celeron 700s with 256mb ram.  Currently there are two thin
> clients active, with 2 of us using the web etc.
>
>
> Any help and pointers much appreciated.
>
>
> All in all the simplicity of having thin clients without the cost is
> well worth the lag - until I work out how to get rid of it ;) :)
>
>
> Thanks, Hamlesh.
>
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