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Wow, thats great. I havent had any problems with it to be honest with you, but increased speed wont eactly bother me.
Early 99 7.3 F250 Super Cab, Stock except for the bright "yellowness" -- Working on attaining 100% health before mods. Non stock Aluminum Billet T-stat housing. 6637 intake.
95 YJ Wrangler ------ 05 Cadillac Escalade
Good to hear, I guess. Lately even my DSL at work is at an absolute snails pace. Basically locks my computer up trying to get to forums(only THIS site). Takes forever to get refreshed after posting. This all in the last week.
Is something changing? being changed?? It used to be really quick.
I've been getting these "Cookies" from this site only for the last week or so
my log shows that they are downloading up to 5 per minute. The more there are in your Cookie Jar the slower this site operates.
I cleaned out my Cookie file of all the above mentioned files, about a thousand, and came back to the site. For the first minute or so every thing worked fast, fourm to fourm, message to message, as things progressed it slowed down.
I now have well over 100 of the above mentioned files just from this session.
1948 Ford F1 Panel
1952 Ford F2x2 (Non-Stock Flat 6)
1997 Ford Explorer Every Thing I've Ever Said Is A Lie
The same cookie from them should get reset repeatedly, once for every page -- not a bunch of individual cookies. The number of cookies set shouldn't impact browser speed, 1000 is pretty much nothing for a computer to handle. Disk caching of too many pages (with or without cookies) can be a major slow down, especially with some browsers wanting to use a gigabyte or more space for disk caches. That results in a huge page index to sort through for every new page loaded. Take a look at your browser settings and keep the cache size under 128 MB.
FTE Founder. Enjoying life, hitting the throttle and hearing my Ford squeal 'em....
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