Thu Feb 13 08:15:19 CET 2020
Hmm it's not that bad for me (from wsl) on a corporate windows laptop,
thus with every virus-scanner available enabled.
> time erl.exe -s erlang halt
> time werl.exe -s erlang halt
On Thu, Feb 13, 2020 at 6:03 AM Edward Halls <ehalls@REDACTED> wrote:
> Maybe it had to gwt permission from the nsa for you to run that
> executable. So the time it takes to phone their server and back?
> Jokes aside, it could be caching and the built in virus scanner. May only
> affect you the first time for every new version of the executable. Win10 is
> just heavier that Win7 for some reason.
> On Wed, 12 Feb 2020, 16:53 Sam Overdorf, <soverdor@REDACTED> wrote:
>> I recently upgraded from windows 7 to window 10.
>> Now for some reason it takes a long time for "erl" to start.
>> Any ideas about what is different on windows 10.
>> Sam Overdorf
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