Author Topic: How to improve the performance of Microsoft Edge (without uninstalling it)  (Read 13198 times)

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<----- Slow ride. Take it easy.

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I hadn't used Edge much until the past 2 weeks when my Chrome went from wonky to crazy wonky.
I hadn't even touched Edge (but to import my favorites) and it's gotta curve.
Thanks for this article, it's timely and needed.

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I. E. Chrome and Firefox all take turns working well and then screwing up to the point that even a cookie dump won't fix it, but Edge is so dumbed down from the start that I don't know where to start. It lacks features even Netscape had.
<----- Slow ride. Take it easy.

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At least Netscape was pretty stable.  Sucks that it's gone.

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Good Gawd, we all sound like such nerds.
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