High CPU Utilization
We are developing our first business application using Flash MX UI components. This application is simply a form with no multimedia activity... When the app is deployed through a web browser it becomes sluggish and the web browser's CPU utilization goes to 100% as we move the cursor around the app. When the cursor is at rest the CPU settles down. The time it takes for the CPU to settle down is proportional to how long and quickly it is moved over the app.
We believe that the high CPU is a result of the app waiting for events to occur. We need to somehow filter out superficial events like cursor movement.
We are testing this app on Win 2000 Pro and XP Pro machines with 600 mhz PIII's or faster and 512 mb of ram. We are also using IE and NS version 4-6 browsers.
All help is greatly appreciated...
Last edited by kobleh : 07-06-2005 at 03:11 PM
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