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Fri, Feb 9, 2007 at 8:34:04 PM | PERFORMANCE RELATED TO MOUSE

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tomdbiggs


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I might be on to something, but when my wireless mouse ran out of juice, I had to pull out the corded mouse backup, and I noticed the performance in Revit increased noticeably.  I think the lack of quality data flow between the processor and this interface device is a culprit that could be robbing unknowing people of the performance they desire.  When I switched to the corded mouse it was like adding more memory. 

Does anyone have any similar experience, or an explanation for my experience?


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