Edward wrote:There is no Memory Cache setting in either the Netscape 7.1 or Mozilla 1.4 Preferences, but I recall tweaking something to try to get it to run faster.
The default value for it was -1 (negative-one), meaning "automatic".
While I had Netscape 7.1 installed on the Pentium system (Linux only), I toyed with that setting (in one of the .JS files) to see if I could get it to speed up overall, since the Pentium is 166 MHz and both N 7.1 and M 1.4 require a minimum CPU speed of 233 MHz, but did not have any success. It was eventually removed from that system.
Mozilla 1.4's (Linux) PREFS.JS file does not have a Memory Cache setting.
I can't help you with Linux, but Memory Cache may not be available, and not Celared so easily. Memory and disk cache seem to have been combined, thus causing problems. The prefbar has a separate setting for Clear Memory Cache, or Clear Cache may work. I ran 7.1 with 133Mhz, but memory(RAM) was a limiting factor. The processor speed is not as important as the memory, and the resources drainage can be kept in check, in Windows, at least.
UserAgent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Win98; en-US; rv:1.0.2) Gecko/20030208 Netscape/7.02 (CK-SillyDog)