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    "Chrome seems to be getting worse"

    January 14, 2013  |   By DaMonkeyOnCrack


    Simple and fast when I need it


    -Have been having an issue lately where it will freeze my whole computer when visiting certain websites. It's Chrome because it's done it on all of my computers and the website loads fine in other browsers
    -More bugs and major bugs seem to be popping up


    Chrome used to be one of my favorite browsers, but now with it being all bug ridden, I think it's time to move on. I started having the freezing issue when it was updated to 23 and I thought it was fixed with 24. Starting just about an hour ago though, the same freezing bug decided to rear its ugly head again in version 24. I guess it's time to welcome back Firefox again

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