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    "Latest update slowed things considerably"

    September 19, 2013  |   By Johnny_S


    Still a decent browser but its slowing down


    Latest update seems to have bugs. I have experienced some web pages hanging because of Flash ads.


    Like many browsers in the past, the more they get updated the more issues they have. This seems to have started with Chrome. It has some Flash bugs with some web sites and it loads much slower then before. Not sure why they moved around stuff on Google search page? But I guess its job security. Anyway, its still a good browser but I see hints of it becoming another bloated mess like Firefox. Please Google, don't end up like Mozilla with Firefox and fix one thing and break another.

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