Linked by Jordan Spencer Cunningham on Wed 13th May 2009 01:18 UTC
Benchmarks Phoronix, known for their various speed tests and reviews, compared the latest in Ubuntu and what, until recently, used to be the lastest in Mac OS X with 29 different benchmarking tests. Some of the results were rather interesting.
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merkoth
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2006-09-22

In Linux, and most other OSes, recently used stuff gets cached, hence improving loading times. Just test it with OO.org: the firt time it'll take a few secs to load. Close it, open it again a it'll load almost instantly.

The OSX feature you're mentioning is absolutely about the document-centric approach of OSX's interface, it doesn't have much to do with technical aspects of the OS.

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