Why Magento is Slowly ..!

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haithem benbelgacem

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Please why magento worked slowly on my pc and on my hosting ?
 
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Post your server configuration, theme, Magento version, etc. and that will help to discover the issue.
 
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1. delete modules
2. update version
3. maye you have slow internet connection :D
 
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From my vast experience, having a good server is 90% of the problem solved. At least 8 or 16gb ram, ordinary cloud server will fix your issues. But of couse you must check it there is any bad code that is taking too much.
Post you server details, url and i will point you in right direction.
 
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magento is a resource hungry tool. yes hosting is main issue and choose hosting which is build for magento there are plenty of hosting for specifically magento like siteground, nexcess etc
few theme are slow in speed so always be careful when chosing your theme and read the description carefully to avoid this issue in theme
 
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I have stopped used magento due to this..
 
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hi
in order to make M2 less slower try to disable modules you don't use. There is a bunch of modules! Open etc/config.php and set "0" at modules which you are not using. I recommend to execute bin/magento setup:upgrade after disabling each module because some of them are system and their disabling can broke all shstem
 
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You could try deferring the javascript
 
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Migrate your Magento site to a VPS and it'll run just fine! The main reason it's slow is because there are so many queries to execute on page load, so the more RAM you have the more you can cache these queries.
 
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M2 here. For me moving javascript to footer made a big difference.
 
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Depends on your config. I managed to get Magento working smoothly on my 1 core, 2GB VPS with following memory breakdown:
768M (Magento) + 256M (Redis) + 384M (MariaDB) + 64M (Nginx) + 256M (PHP-FPM).

But this VPS is on the edge. Magento is kinda resource hungry so 2-core and 4GB ram is the way to go..
 
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