This is really great
First I want to thank Sun for this JQS feature.
It works pretty smooth on Windows 2003 and also on XP (both witth Firefox 2 and IE 7 or 6).
I think it's an important milestone in the Java client evolution ( or revolution :-) ).
Just curious about one thing.
It is said that JQS is : "periodically prefetching some of the most heavily used Java Runtime Environment files into memory".
Although I executed many Java applications, webstarts or applets I failed to see in the task manager the jqs.exe memory usage going more than 1.5 Mb.
Which files are typically prefetched?