I received an update a couple of weeks back so I "think" the page loading issue is fixed. Though I'm not 100% sure since there for a while I thought it was fixed then it restarted and lately I haven't noticed any load issues. Now I still have a saving issue after a certain period of time. For example after a few hours of running chrome it will freeze on saving any type of file. This also occurred when after a while pages didn't want to load but so far that issue hasn't resurfaced again. I've disabled a lot of extensions (only using ad block and my email checker atm) and I went in to my plug-ins and disabled one version of Flash since I have had issues with the 2 versions messing each other up.
Chrome is definitely NOT working for me. I mean, not loading DA at all. Sometimes it sorta loads the site but it just freezes up and I can't even scroll it. I disabled all extensions and as that didn't work for me, I uninstalled Chrome. Still not loading... I wrote a support ticket to DA and they told me that some staff members were having the same issue. I'm hoping they can fix it, because Firefox loads so slowly. I just don't like it. And I hate to think I will have to have two browsers (and just one for DA)
Nevermind. I restarted the computer to make sure and its not glitchy, but I am still keeping an eye on it. Ha I guess maybe that update doesn't make a site with flash glitchy after you restart it. It just gliched when it got the update.
Alright NOW its begun to freeze on a certain site like IHOP with flash for a minute then returns to normal. It happened right after I updated my Adobe Reader. I was right. Adobe is behind this-Their updates from last month and now for reader are causing a kind of glitch in sites that have flash. When you turn on your computer and check out IHOP for example the site freezes for A Minute and then everything returns to normal and when visiting again no freeze (unless you restart eh computer to check again).
It would appear that Adobe is the blame for making the flash glitchy. I even sent them a message about the problem about how it has resurfaced. You know I bet other people irritated to have to wait a minute before things return to normal almost like waiting for a video game to load.
Yeah noticed it and had that disabled when I notice error messages awhile back but still having issues even afterwards =/ For a brieft period it worked smoothly when I made sure one version of flash was disabled (Chrome has 1 version while my pc has it's own) but it's started back doing the same thing as it's done when I made this thread =/
That is quite aggravating. Trying to find the answers on the net is a crap shoot at best. I just got a new desk top with Windows 8. I've had to go on the net countless times trying to accomplish what was easy with Windows 7. There is likely some small bit of program somewhere causing your problem, and with all the drivers and registrys and other things that all our computers have, finding it is no easy task. If it's viral, Norton should have caught it. But there is no guarantee it did. Half the time when programs conflict with each other, the engineers who designed said programs are clueless. Sometimes glitches like this make me long for rotary dial phones and non-digital music and movies and pictures on film...which I am more than old enough to remember.