User satisfaction is one of the key aspects that measures the success and popularity of a computer system or website. One important factor that contributes to user satisfaction is the response time of the system. Response time is generally measured as the number of seconds it takes from the moment a user initiates an action, usually by pressing the Enter Key or a mouse button, until the computer begins to present the results (Shneiderman B and Plaisant C., 2009). Once the system response is completed and observed by the user, he/she will start thinking on the next action in the process. Time taken between the computer’s response and the user’s initiation of next item is commonly referred as user think time. User’s short term memory along with the working memory plays an important role in this human computer interaction. User uses the short term memory in conjunction with working memory for processing the specific information to produce desired output. Short term memory possesses all the necessary inputs whereas working memory is used to generate and implement solution.
As explained earlier short term and working memory are highly volatile and any disruption or significant delay can cause loss of information or it requires memory to be refreshed. When the user is waiting for the response and if the