Managing Stylus Studio Performance

Stylus Studio uses the TEMP directory to store temporary files such as the translation in UNICODE of the current XML or XSLT document. File systems are usually quite fast when handling files that are in the range of a few hundred megabytes. Stylus Studio performance should be smooth and quick when the TEMP windows environment variable points to a location where

  • There is a minimum of 1 gigabyte of free space.
  • The host disk is reasonably fast.

Stylus Studio is regularly tested against files that are up to 120 MB. How well your installation of Stylus Studio can create, open, and manipulate such large files, or even larger files, depends on

  • Available physical memory
  • Dimension of the page file
  • Current load of the machine
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