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Optimizing for Internet Explorer presented on the desktop! 13 Years ago Karma: 0
Is there anyway I can vastly improve the way that GoGlobal handles Internet Explorer graphics? We need to publish IE to remote users because some of our corporate applications require the IE browser interface as a front end. I find that the response time regarding graphical updates using IE is poor comparted to more static applications like Word and Excel etc.

Simple operations in IE such as scrolling down the page can be annoyingly slow and jittery, and also when you are presented with buttons in the browser that highlight on mouseover - the highlighting operation is delayed for a few annoying seconds.

Can this be fine tuned for much improved performace for this area in particular?

Our connection we tested this on is UK broadband which runs at 512kb download and 256kb upload.
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#517
Re: Optimizing for Internet Explorer presented on the desktop! 13 Years ago Karma: 6
GO-Global has no integrated method to "optimize" 3rd party applications. If you're seeing a "slow and jittery" response, the bottleneck is likely at the client device. If possible, increase the RAM or CPU. In simple terms, GO-Global does nothing more than take graphic calls from the server and send them to the client in a compressed manner. If the client device can't draw those calls quick enough (for whichever reason), you may see a delayed response.

Having said this, since IE comes standard with Windows, most users run a browser local from the desktop and do not rely on a remote copy but I understand some applications may use a browser front end.

As a faster browser alternative, you might consider Mozilla (Firefox) and Avant which have a more efficient drawing engine.
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