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why is this program so slow to move in it is like whenI move it takes SL time to catchup


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Welcome to Second Life, Franswar.  You have just discovered lag.  There are many causes of lag, but many of them are under your direct control.  Take a look here >>> http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Lag and here >>> http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/I_have_a_lot_of_lag._How_can_I_improve_performance for some of the basics and for good suggestions about what you can do.  The bottom line is that you are asking your computer to do more than it can do comfortably, so you are going to have to adjust some Preference settings and make some decisions about how much you load onto your avatar.  Even at that, you will find that some areas in SL that are loaded with textures or physical devices, or that have loads of people in them (like clubs, sporting events, and live music venues) will always have lower performance than normal because there is such a heavy load on servers in those places.  

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Welcome to Second Life, Franswar.  You have just discovered lag.  There are many causes of lag, but many of them are under your direct control.  Take a look here >>> http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Lag and here >>> http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/I_have_a_lot_of_lag._How_can_I_improve_performance for some of the basics and for good suggestions about what you can do.  The bottom line is that you are asking your computer to do more than it can do comfortably, so you are going to have to adjust some Preference settings and make some decisions about how much you load onto your avatar.  Even at that, you will find that some areas in SL that are loaded with textures or physical devices, or that have loads of people in them (like clubs, sporting events, and live music venues) will always have lower performance than normal because there is such a heavy load on servers in those places.  

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