- Flash causing 100% cpu usage
- flash causing 100% cpu usage - Google Search
- When using Adobe Flash Player 10 why is there high cpu/memory usage (100% utilization)?
- Firefox CPU usage - MozillaZine Knowledge Base
- mozdev.org - flashblock: index
But as far as a good Disrto to run on a P4 with 64MB of Dedicated Memory (My P4 has a real AGP Video Card, not Shared Video Memory). My P4 has 1GB of Ram and it runs great on Fedora 12 and I'm getting ready to Install Fedora 13 on it. Also Debian Etch and a half, Not the Ubuntu Remixes, runs very well on my P4. I'm going to upgrade it to Debian Lenney soon or maybe another newer Debian Remix. Also, ArtistX 8.0 runs just fine on it, straight off of the DVD. But it is slower running from the DVD Drive than off of the HD. I Installed ArtistX on my 1.8GHz Core 2 and it ran alright, except the Search feature in the Apps and Folders Menu is just too slow to use. And with all of the Apps in ArtistX, that it a real shame. I had built my Debian Etch system into ArtistX and I love having all of those AV Apps there and ready to use. So, I think I will just start with Debian Lenney or maybe another true Debian Remix and build it up into ArtisX again. If you would like to try out Fedora 13 (my favorite Distro for Daily Computing and Internet). But, need more than the few basic Apps that come with Fedora. I have made an install Script and a Text file you can download to use to install allot of my favorite Apps. Look on this page of my Blog for them...
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Also, I have tried out Mint and Peppermint lately and they are nice Distros too. Even though they are Based on Ubuntu. Peppermint runs great from the CD on my P4 and my 1.8GHz Core 2. The DVD Drive in my P4 is older reads slower, so everything lags a bit on it when running from CD or DVD. But with the Newer faster DVD Drive on the 1.8GHZ. Mint and Peppermint run great on it. And I just found out that there is a straight Debian version of Mint out now. I can't wait to try it out!:)
Life is full of surprises, some of them good and some of them bad. This week I got a great surprise when a Debian version of Linux Mint was released. I wasn't aware that the Linux Mint developers were even working on it, so the release was quite unexpected. I did a full review of Linux Mint Debian Edition (LMDE) for the Desktop Linux Reviews Blog, but I wanted to talk about why this release is so important and helpful for desktop Linux users.Not Everybody is a Fan of Ubuntu...
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Hope this helps...
On 09/15/2010 08:24 AM, chrispycrunch wrote:
chrispycrunch has left a new comment on your post "[Phoronix] How An Old Pentium 4 System Runs With U...":
Stumbled upon your website because I was searching for a reason why 10.04 runs so sluggishly on a P4. 100% cpu usage too. I wonder if it's due to my nvidia card (an 8 year old!)
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