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Junie

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Can anyone help?
Everytime I join a new Yahoo group or try to open a e-mail from my yahoo acount, the computer is extra slow when going to the next page. (or window?)
Is anyone familier with this?
Any and all help is greatly appreciated...
Thanks,
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DSMaster

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if you're using IE I suggest you move on to Firefox, because IE is ridden with problems and IE7 is a beta still.
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Thank you, I already have firefox, I will try it,
Should I switch to IE7? (what is beta?)
Thanks again...
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DSMaster- regardless of your personal opinions, IE is still the most widely used browser in the world, and switching browsers, in this case, isn't going to make pages load any faster. Actually, IE6 is a very stable browser, and IE7 is getting there.

Junie- what kind of ad blocking software or extra toolbars do you use? I suspect a conflict if the problem is confined to Yahoo.
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Thank you,
I switched to Firefox and I no longer have any probs,
so it must have something to do with my version of IE,
I dont' know...
I am not currently using anything for blocking....
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