I observed the following thing:
- I login on my computer account.
- I run in the Terminal
- I wait about 20 seconds to start.
- Then I close it.
- I run same command in terminal.
- It start in about 1 or 2 seconds.
I understood that this is called cache. Can anybody explain how does this work?
Also, what command must I run to make a fake start of the
some-app to start quickly when I want to open it in UI?
I imagine that having a list of app names that I would pseudo-start on login will improve my Ubuntu experience.
Note that I don't want to start the application in the UI, just to initialize it somewhere in the background so when clicking the icon from the desktop to start very quick.