iPad vs iPad2 Speed Comparison

Creativity | 2011.04.26 00:11 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

Are you wondering how fast the iPad 2 is compared to an iPad in real world tests?

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This video of side-by-side speed tests shows typical iPad usage, things like booting, launching various apps, and shutting down. You’ll see the iPad 2 excels in most areas but lags, oddly, in shutting down. If you don’t want to watch the video, here are the raw numbers and the tests:

iPad 2 vs iPad Real World Speed Tests

 

  • Booting: 25.3 vs 28.6
  • Launching Infinity Blade: 10.6 vs 26
  • Launching Google Earth: 17 vs 20.3
  • Launch Garage Band: 3 vs 6
  • Launching Angry Birds: 8 vs 10.5
  • Shutting Down: 26 vs 12

 

Obviously this test is nonscientific and there’s nothing too groundbreaking here, but it’s interesting to watch anyway. Sure there are improvements in general speed and functionality, but I think we have yet to really see apps that really take advantage of the improved iPad 2 hardware specs.

Source: osxdaily.com

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How to speedup YouTube on Mac and Windows

Creativity | 2011.04.11 19:40 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

How to improve YouTube Speed on Mac.

  1. Launch 'Terminal'

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  2. Type 'sudo /Applications/TextEdit.app/contents/MacOS/Textedit /etc/hosts'

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  3. Copy and paste the content of a file below

    SpeedUpYouTube.txt

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  4. Enjoy YouTube without buffering signals

This post is about How to improve YouTube service in Windows.

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How to make your FireFox browse fast

Creativity | 2011.01.04 06:24 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

Mozilla Firefox is a graphical web browser developed by the Mozilla Corporation. Started as a fork of the browser component (Navigator) of the Mozilla Application Suite, Firefox has replaced the Mozilla Suite as the flagship product of the Mozilla project, stewarded by the Mozilla Foundation and a large community of external contributors.

Mozilla Firefox is a cross-platform browser, providing support for various versions of Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. Although not officially released for certain operating systems, the freely available source code works for many other operating systems, including FreeBSD,OS/2, Solaris, SkyOS, BeOS and more recently, Windows XP Professional x64 Edition.

I am providing some Very Useful Tips to speedup your Firefox.

In your location bar, type about:config

Once it Opens You should see similar to the following screen 

 

Tip1  

In the filter bar type network.http.pipelining

You should see the following screen

Normally it says ” false ” under value field , Double click it so it becomes ” true “.

Once you finished this you should see the following screen.

 

Tip2

 

In the filter bar again and type network.http.pipelining.maxrequests

 

Once it Opens You should see the following screen

 

 

Default it says 4 under value field and you need to change it to 8

 

Once you finished this you should see the following screen.

 

 

Tip3

 

Go to the filter bar again and type network.http.proxy.pipelining

 

Once it Opens You should see similar to the following screen

 

 

Normally it says ” false ” under value field , Double click it so it becomes ” true “.

 

Once you finished this you should see the following screen.

 

 

Tip4

 

Go to the filter bar again and type network.dns.disableIPv6

 

Once it Opens You should see the following screen

 

 

Normally it says ” false ” under value field , Double click it so it becomes ” true “.

 

Once you finished this you should see the following screen.

 

 

Tip5

 

Go to the filter bar again and type plugin.expose_full_path

 

Once it Opens You should see the following screen

 

 

Normally it says ” false ” under value field , Double click it so it becomes ” true “.

 

Once you finished this you should see the following screen.

 

 

Tip6

 

Now you need to Create new Preference name with interger value for this got to Right click -> New -> Integer

 

 

Once it opens you should see the following screen

 

 

Here you need to type nglayout.initialpaint.delay and click ok

 

 

Now you need to enter 0 in value filed and click ok

 

 

Once you finished this you should see the following screen.

 

 

Tip7

 

Now you need to Create one more Preference name with interger value for this got to Right click -> New -> Integer

 

 

Once it opens you should see the following screen

 

 

Here you need to type content.notify.backoffcount and click ok

 

 

Now you need to enter 5 in value filed and click ok

 

 

Once you finished this you should see the following screen.

 

 

Tip8

 

Now you need to Create one more Preference name with interger value for this got to Right click -> New -> Integer

 

 

Once it opens you should see the following screen

 

 

Here you need to type ui.submenuDelay and click ok

 

 

Now you need to enter 0 in value filed and click ok

 

 

Once you finished this you should see the following screen.

 

 

Some more Tweaks

 

Enable the spellchecker for inputfields and textareas (default is textareas only)

 

layout.spellcheckDefault=2

 

Open lastfm://-links directly in amarok

 

network.protocol-handler.app.lastfm=amarok
network.protocol-handler.external.lastfm=true
Firefox Memory Leak Fix

 

Open a new tab. Type “about:config” without quotes into the address bar and hit enter/click Go.

 

Right-click anywhere, select New, then Integer. In the dialog prompt that appears, type:

 

browser.cache.memory.capacity

 

Click OK. Another dialog prompt will appear. This is where you decide how much memory to allocate to Firefox.

This depends on how much RAM your computer has, but generally you don’t want to allocate too little (under 8MB),

but if you allocate too much, you might as well not do this. A good recommended setting is 16MB. If you want 16MB,

enter this value into the dialog prompt:

 

16384

 

(Why 16384 instead of 16000? Because computers use base-12 counting. Thus 16 megabytes = 16384 bytes.

Likewise, if you want to double that and allocate 32MB, you’d enter 32768.)

 

Click OK to close the dialog box, then close all instances of Firefox and restart. If your Firefox still uses the same

amount of memory, give it a few minutes and it should slowly clear up. If that fails, try a system reboot.

 

Now your Firefox will now be 3 - 30 times faster in loading pages.

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