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Author Topic: How to Speed-up Firefox  (Read 11838 times)

oldfogy

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Re: How to Speed-up Firefox
« Reply #15 on: January 11, 2009, 07:00:46 AM »


1. But the KVM's software .....

2. because if I scroll up the page with the mouse wheel it changes the web page to the previous page

3. FF3 also keeps freezing and crashing on closing the browser. >:D.
1. My KVM switch did not come with any software. (at least not that I can remember and I would know with the amount of times I have re-loaded my system)

2. Surely that is a mouse setting! MY scroll wheel can be configured to control various things such as Scrolling, Volume or Last page. (plus others depending on what program is also being used)

3. Yes I have been experiencing that lately, maybe 2 or 3 times per night. But only since using FF3x, it never happened with FF2x.
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Re: How to Speed-up Firefox
« Reply #16 on: January 11, 2009, 09:59:20 PM »


1. But the KVM's software .....

2. because if I scroll up the page with the mouse wheel it changes the web page to the previous page

3. FF3 also keeps freezing and crashing on closing the browser. >:D.
1. My KVM switch did not come with any software. (at least not that I can remember and I would know with the amount of times I have re-loaded my system)

2. Surely that is a mouse setting! MY scroll wheel can be configured to control various things such as Scrolling, Volume or Last page. (plus others depending on what program is also being used)

3. Yes I have been experiencing that lately, maybe 2 or 3 times per night. But only since using FF3x, it never happened with FF2x.

re. 1. My KVM switch did not come with any software... I'm thinking of the electronics's in the switch as its not an old relay type.
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