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Well for one, you really can't strip binaries of unneeded code to make them faster. You might cut down memory or loading time but you don't really get a performance increase once it's loaded into memory and running. So what's the 5 extra seconds it takes you to load into your desktop, it's not like your going to be using that time to save a life. I'm sorry but the ignorance behind a program such as that isn't just annoying, it's god awful.

[edit] I know I sound as mean as the others but the idiocy really is there. If the code isn't ment to run on your processor it simply won't run. If it can run, it can and will run. You might strip libraries of unneeded code, but that doesn't change any overhead on your applications.

To put it bluntly, your computers architecture will run any code that it can, and if it can't it won't regardless of a program that removes "excess binary code".
Edited by mushroomboy - 5/1/12 at 6:05pm
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