I know there are a lot of opened performance threads here, i think my point is a bit different.
My problem is not related with in-use of IntelliJ. It does its best. The problem is initialization. My idea opens itself approximately in 1-2 minutes later (if i check "reopen latest project on startup" on the options it takes 3-4 minutes). This is very bad for such a beautiful IDE. It takes 1-1,5 minutes to open main IDE interface. Only splash screen is on the screen 1-1,5 minutes.
This is very bad for me, because i don't keep my IDE always open. Most of time, i close it. And when new change request or bug-freeing operation comes, i open it again. It's bad to keep open ide always, instead i want to use my ide like eclipse or netbeans, when i double click to them, they are opened in 10 seconds. It's very boring thing to wait a development tool when my boss wants to see what is going on the project.
What is the problem with the initialization of IDEA.
My current settings like belows:
Windows XP SP2,
Dual core Intel Centrino 2.0Ghz
I was removed 8 plugins from the default system because i won't use them (Perforce, Startteam, IDE-Talk, Geronimo, ..)
my idea.exe.vmoptions settings as follows:
I've also removed the checks "reopen latest project on startup" and "synchronize files on frame activation" and "save files on frame deactivations"
I've checked "save files if application idle in 15sec"
Will you fix this issue on 6.5 release?