In comp.os.linux.misc Marmagya <com> wrote:
You did not mention the system specs which would help us a lot.
Probably you need either one or a mixture of:
1) More memory.
2) To log out after every session.
3) Not to open as many large apps at once.
4) Switch to a lighter weight desktop/window manager.
#1 is your best bet, I don't have less than 384M in any of my desktop
systems anymore, it helps a lot with Gnome. It's a real pig. OO likes
memory too. I had to use Gnome and Open Office on a machine at work
last week that had 128M of RAM. Forget pain the next morning, it was
bad right off the bat.
#3 seems silly to me, you should be able to use the computer any way
you want in these days of cheap powerful systems.
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