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AC Slow in Google Chrome?

Discussion in 'Site Questions, Suggestions & Feedback' started by Sportster, Jul 9, 2016.

  1. Sportster

    Sportster Aged to Perfection V.I.P Member

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  2. Judge

    Judge Well-Known Member V.I.P Member

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    From what I see it's more a client-side Google Chrome issue than anything else. Here's a suggestion from CNet. But "the cure might be worse than the disease" depending on other applications you use.

    http://www.cnet.com/how-to/a-quick-fix-for-your-slow-chrome-browser/

    You might also consider culling your browser plug-ins, extensions and add-ons if they aren't completely necessary. Which might speed up Chrome somewhat, though reduce the versatility of your browser.
     
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  3. superboyian

    superboyian supermodian V.I.P Member

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    I've also noticed this issue when I load this site using Safari. Do you get the same issue when you browse other webpages too?
     
  4. Ben Cousins

    Ben Cousins The original omnishambles

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    Yes

    Yes, less pushing to purchase premium. Settle on a way you want to thrust it in our general direction and let us decide if we want it.
     
  5. Ben Cousins

    Ben Cousins The original omnishambles

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    That was pointed at the admins.

    When I log in, I get two alerts down the bottom right, and one at the top of the page. And I'm getting sick of dismissing them.
     
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    radasp Well-Known Member

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    WOW! Haven't been here for awhile and I won't be coming. I have ad-blocking on this site, but still getting OBNOXIOUS ads that obscure content. Runs, runs, runs in Explorer - I see that they are pushing "upgrades" This is annoying - instead I'll be leaving. Why do websites have to KILL a good thing? GOOD-BYE
     
  7. Ben Cousins

    Ben Cousins The original omnishambles

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    Perhaps; but not when you keep getting pestered to do it. A donation should be voluntary; not forced.
     
  8. Brent

    Brent Administrator Staff Member Admin

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    Lets be honest here. No one is forcing you to do anything. Maybe you find the notification annoying but that isn't force.
     
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  9. Brent

    Brent Administrator Staff Member Admin

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    I browse the site with every ad that a non premium member sees and have no where near close to this experience. Sounds like something on your end.