I was many times disappointed about the time Eclipse needs to start, but I thought that's the way it should be, especially that my previous PCs were not the fastest one and with small amount of RAM-memory. I was cleaning the installations each time I was installing new version of IDE by removing not needed plug-ins, especially that I'm working in Eclipse mainly with ABAP and ADT tools. But even if the installation looks quite clean, still on my new PC which has lots of RAM and very nice processor the starting time of Eclipse was horrible. Also sometimes I've felt that the performance of the editor is not the best ( even if the connection to SAP backend was fast).
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