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Eclipse optimisation (3 Simple Steps)

October 25, 2012

To my mind the new version of Eclipse (Juno) seems to be running a little slower than Indego.

Here is a list of things you can try to enhance performance:

1)      The standard; configuring the C:\eclipse\eclipse.ini to allocate more memory on start up.






2)      Turn off any validators that you do not need. ‘HTML Syntax Validator’ is a big culprit.


Windows –> Preference –> Validators


3)      Deactivate plug-ins that you don’t currently use. I’ve found the ADK particularly resource hungry.


Widows –> Preference –> Startup and Shutdown


I also found that using the latest JDK makes some difference.


Hope this helps; any other suggestions welcomed


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