IPad 1 got very slow after installing ios5

After I have installed ios5 my iPad 1 got very slow. I press the settings button and wait for 5 seconds to appear.
Any ideas?

First, we need to accept that the iPad will be slower under iOS5 than iOS4.  This is a standard situation, caused by each iOS upgrade being optimized for the newest iDevices – which have much faster processors.  (You should see how slow an iPhone 3G is under iOS4!)
Mine isn't dreadfully slow, but it is slower than under iOS4.  Apple's ideal solution would be to upgrade to the iPad 2; assuming that (like me) you don't want to do this, the best way to speed up the iPad is to do a soft reset.  (This has helped me in almost every situation where the iPad--or my iPhone--got very slow, or had too many crashes.)  Hold down the Home button and the Sleep button until the screen first goes black, then shows a white apple symbol.  It takes a while to finish resetting, but it clears most of the data that cause the slowdown.
To my surprise, by the way, it appears that shutting the device off (hold down the power button until the "slide to power off" bar appear, then slide) does not do as complete a job resetting the iPad as the soft reset.

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