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I'm not sure whether this is a technical issue or not but recently while I was working on the project in the lab, I noticed that my Eclipse freezes/ slows down for a while a few times in the day. I first thought that is because I forgot to lock out my account somewhere from other computers. However, as I went to the tutoring tonight, I found out that many people in the room had that same problem at the same time like me. Hence I wonder why this happened and how can I fix it...

asked in CSC285_Fall2018 by (100 points)

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+8 votes

Im wondering if its because so many people are trying to use it at the same time? Not sure why that would affect it though, just some thoughts.

answered by (100 points)
+7 votes

I'm having the same problem.
Eclipse says that because I'm currently open that workspace elsewhere on another computer which I'm sure I dont. So now I have to create a whole new csc285 workspace and go all over those open cv stuff again

answered by (100 points)
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Well I think that could be a different problem...
I doubt that your Eclipse did run somewhere else (maybe in the lab) since I know that in windows 10, even if you click "Switch user" or just "Lock" your account out of the computer then it won't actually signed out and everything you forget to close will keep running... You might not notice that because you see another students use that computer after you did. But if you check for the existing accounts in that computer, yours might still be there. So double check that! :)

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