WAs just curious if anyone else has yet tried out preloading some of their apps with this
Has it worked for you, personally?
I know it’s dependent upon your habits, ram, etc. But would still like to know.
I was just mainly thinking of using for Opera or Chrome browsers.
I don’t believe Opera has much of a big cpu footprint like firefox might have, hence the original question.
But you say that you tested it earlier, I’m thinking of it too; however, Opera being my main browser and as I’ve become aware, it doesn’t really take long for it to start up. So i’m wondering that it’s even worth it to install.
gopreload-prepare vivaldi-stable Detecting opened files... Press [ENTER] when you're done /bin/gopreload-prepare: Zeile 58: 9837 Trace/Breakpoint ausgelöst (Speicherabzug geschrieben) strace -f -F -e trace=open,openat,access $* 2> /tmp/out.$EUID.gopreload Detection completed, parsing file list... Done with parsing, backtracing symbolic links... 162 on 162 done, will use 54MB to preload them /usr/share/gopreload/enabled/vivaldi-stable.1000.openfiles-55MB.txt compiled.
I can not see really a faster startup, on Vivaldi, try also adding some more apps, like office, but I do not see a benefit