Re: Worst Browser Ever, but could be the best.
- Date: Tue, 7 Nov 2017 01:47:34 -0600
- From: Ron Hunter <rphunter@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Worst Browser Ever, but could be the best.
On 11/6/2017 12:20 PM, WaltS48 wrote:
I am sure you will notice the difference, as download really are fast,
but remember the old saying about internet speed, we all wait at the
same speed, so if the server you contact is slow, or busy, or both, that
higher speed is quite ineffective.
On 11/6/17 11:49 AM, Ron Hunter wrote:
Have you refreshed your profile?
No. Too much loss when I do that.
The only thing lost is extensions and those can be restored by copying
the extensions folder from the profile in the Old Firefox Data folder,
then starting Firefox and reinstalling them.
Always worked for me.
What is the speed of your CPU? How much RAM? How much HD capacity?
2.6gz dual processor 4GB Ram, 500GB HD.
Windows 10: 2.2Ghz Quad-core, 6GB RAM, 500GB HD and I'm not thrilled
with the performance of any application I have used on it.
Linux Ubuntu 16.04: 3.2 Ghz 3 cores, 8GB RAM, 200GB HD (The 1TB drive
died) and I have no problems. The 17 news sites I open in tabs take
awhile to open. There are a lot of images and videos to load.
Does your system meet the system requirements?
What is your Internet connection speed?
7.6Mbps, and except for the sites noted above, Firefox is snappy on
Ubuntu even when I'm downloading files, streaming music and running
Thunderbird. I think Windows uses a lot of bandwidth for checking for
updates making things a bit slower.
The new 25Mbps service I signed up for today will be an interesting
update. I should do some speed tests and take notes on the differences.
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