[kde-linux] Konqueror and Dolphin using 100% CPU

Dale rdalek1967 at gmail.com
Thu Mar 8 07:04:38 UTC 2012

Duncan wrote:
> Dale posted on Wed, 07 Mar 2012 18:24:08 -0600 as excerpted:
>> Remember my post a while back that said just because I don't respond
>> doesn't mean I'm not trying?  Well, I installed and been testing
>> krusader for the past few days.  I didn't want to post to quick because
>> I jinxed it last time when I thought Konqueror was working.  Anyway, I
>> switched it so that everything opens with Krusader and so far,
>> everything works fine.  It's not like Konqueror which is what I am used
>> to but it doesn't slam my CPU either.
>> I'm still going to try and get it to look like Konqueror tho.  I got to
>> find the magic button to get the pane on the left tho.  lol
>> Thanks for the suggestion.  Makes me wonder what else is out there tho.
>>  ;-)
> Thanks for the followup.  "I really otta" try krusader out some time, at 
> least so I can know what I'm talking about when suggesting it as an 
> alternative, even if I don't decide to keep it, but glad it's working for 
> you, regardless.
> Question, tho:  Is it still enough "kde" that it's better for kde than 
> say some gtk-based file manager (say xfce's fileroller or the like, I 
> /think/ fileroller is xfce...)?  Because that's the other alternative I 
> had thought about.  But I figured krusader is still kde based so should 
> fit in better on a kde desktop even if it is rather different than 
> konqueror's file management mode or dolphin.  Did I figure correctly?

It is still KDEish.  I didn't care if it was KDE or not but it does work
better.  That's a plus.  Besides, I had to try something.  I'm bad to
open a file manager and forget to close it, we should be able to do that
on Linux without breaking something.

Anyway, it's working fine for the moment.  It'll do.


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