I've built a program to install an application.
For people with slow PCs, it could take a couple of minutes to run fully.
However for people with faster PCs, it whizzes through and runs the whole thing in a matter of seconds. This makes it almost impossible to read any of the loading messages. (e.g. "backup up previous versions....", "writing to registry...", "launching...")
Would it be a good idea to include an "artificial" delay, so they can actually read what is going on? It seems a shame to slow the program down, when I've taken so many measures to make it as quick as possible.