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I just fucking hate android studio it takes 15-30 minute just to load on my machine . can't they just make the whole ide available through browser 😞

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  • 18
    15-20 minutes? It's time to upgrade from your Pentium 2 m8
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    i think any computer that takes 15-30 mins to boot android studio probably can't handle someone typing in it. plus it would be so impractical to do it online. you'd most likely have to download the apk every time you built it, which wouldn't work on slow internet connections.
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    T@ignuit it is i3 3220
    And idk why but at the time it was loading my project . Android studio was using internet continuesly until it completely loaded my new project
    Then after that internet usage went down to 0
  • 0
    It loads up in a minute on a skylake pentium, what the fuck kinda bloatware do you have on your pc
  • 0
    Maybe your HDD is dead?
    It loads in 2 seconds for me on Samsung 960 Evo SSD
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    @BindView 1 minute?

    I just did a cold start, and it took ~22 seconds to load, display, process some shit and reach zero activity.

    Do I have to make a rant about SSDs?
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    @AndSoWeCode i only have a hdd :'(
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    @BindView Well it's not like you can't do anything about that. Swap out your HDD for a small SSD and never look back.

    HDDs should only be for archives and storage.
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    Go get an SSD!
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    @AndSoWeCode im just probably gonna buy like a 60gig ssd for studio and eclipse, theres no point in storing my games there, idgaf about loading time
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    @BindView take a look at the price difference between 60GB and 120GB. In my opinion it's not worth getting just 60. If you get 120, then you can fit your OS and any IDEs out there with no problems. Boot-up time will be 10 seconds, IDE load time will be 2-20 seconds (depends on which one you want to use).

    Since using SSDs, every time I see a HDD as a main drive in a computer, I feel genuine disgust. Every time I have to do something on such a computer, I feel my life dripping away uselessly as I wait.
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    @AndSoWeCode i can get 60gigs for like 5$ and honestly, 7200rpm hdds arent even slow lol
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    @BindView ohohohoooohooooo. 7200RPM drives aren't slow?! Dude... Try out an SSD.
    It's not about the actual sequential RW speed actually. The point is in the access time.
    For HDDs, it is measured in ms. For SSDs - in microseconds. That's 1000 times faster basically.
    Why is that important? Because when your computer is loading something (like an IDE or stuff) it reads a ton of libraries, with tons of entry points. It logs usage data, saving workspace info, etc. It takes time to do that on a HDD, and it's hundreds of times faster with any SSD.

    For games probably RW speed is important, since it loads large resource files.
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    @AndSoWeCode you are talking like i was a tribe leader at some zimbabwean tribe lmao, i got an ssd in my laptop and honestly i dont see much of a difference
  • 0
    @BindView that's odd. You're basically saying that you see no difference between a Volvo truck and an Alfa Romeo 4C. Forgive me if I find that hard to believe.
  • 0
    @AndSoWeCode this conversation started getting boring so see ya
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    Try Android studio on Linux(on your fav distro) it's faster than windows I have no problem with core2duo and 4gb ram and 500gb HDD PC's
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    @vkubre i am going to try
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