Rendering the page, including parsing it and building up the DOM
representation in the RAM, takes a lot of time - much-much more than
fetching it over the net. This is why, BTW, there used to be so big
differences between, say, Opera Mobile and PIE running under WM2003, OM
being much better. (The difference is much smaller now, though.)
You might want to consider breaking up the page into several smaller to
reduce both loading times and memory usage (which, with IEM under WM5+, is
at least 6-7Mbyte with a 800k source page).
Werner "Menneisyys" Ruotsalainen - Microsoft MVP - Windows - Mobile Devices
Please see the Pocket PC Mag Expert Blog (including mine) at
- you will definitely like it.
"CRT" <CRT@someplace.com> wrote in message
> Thx Rob, I appreciate the response, but it's IE Mobile (per subject line),
> or Pocket IE, or PIE, (or whatever anyone wants to call it) on WM6..
> "Robert Aldwinckle" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> Set Work Offline, and reshow (not refresh) the page.
>> Otherwise set cache-checking off. Tools, Options, Settings, Never.