rgand wrote: Thanks for the reply. Here are the results. Those are two impressive commands.
You are welcome...
Those are great commands and they help you and everyone else here understand what system you are running and to identify certain potential setup issues. I do not see anything wrong with the results of the "inxi -Fxzd" console terminal command, so that is a good thing. Looks like a really nice computer.
There is a new "inxi" command available called "pinxi" that is even more impressive, see post link below:
Mint Beta testers for the new inxi Perl release requested - Linux Mint Forums
Your computer should be running everything fairly quickly considering you have an i7 CPU with 16gb of system memory. Using an SSDrive (SSD) would help tremendously.
There are various ways to make your system perform at its best, and certain applications also have their own performance tweaks.
- Speed up your Mint! - Easy Linux tips project (Great Linux website)
- Are you using the newest update to LibreOffice 1.6.x? They have a stable PPA to keep this office suite up to date.
- Using OpenGL may help speed things up in its setup, Tools ->Options ->LibreOffice ->View
LibreOffice 6.0 is now Available via Its PPA for Ubuntu – Website for Students
https://websiteforstudents.com/libreoff ... and-18-04/
LibreOffice Fresh : “LibreOffice Packaging” team
To install this using the PPA method, open a console terminal, type in, or copy & paste, each line below one by one:
Click "Select All" above command, right click the highlighted command, select Copy (or Ctrl+Insert), click in the console terminal window, and right click paste (or Shift+Insert), repeat for each command.
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sudo add-apt-repository ppa:libreoffice/ppa
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sudo apt update && sudo apt dist-upgrade && sudo apt autoremove
How to Speed Up LibreOffice with 4 Simple Steps - Make Tech Easier
Speed up LibreOffice startup and improve graphics peformance
- You might also consider installing and using "Calligra Stage", "Scribus" new version, or other applications like slideshow movie makers, like "ffDiaporama", Imagination, etc... If your presentation(s) are automatic and non-interactive, then you can also incorporate them into videos (record the desktop) and use video editors and or slideshow movie makers to enhance them even further.
LibreOffice - Impress Alternatives for Linux - AlternativeTo.net
https://alternativeto.net/software/libr ... form=linux
Hope this helps ...