Windows 10: Slow Web Pages.

  1.    22 Aug 2015 #1

    Slow Web Pages.


    I am having problems with slow webpages. Is it Edge? I have been tempted to take my PC to a shop and have more RAM installed. I currently have 8 gigs of RAM. Maybe 16 gigs would speed it up. Could Edge be using a lot of RAM when running webpages? Sometimes I have problems when writing a Tweet in Twitter. As I am typing the blue circle appears and I have to wait until it stops to finish typing. What do others think? Should I spend $100+ to install more RAM?

    Jay
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  2.    22 Aug 2015 #2

    JayTaunton said: View Post
    I am having problems with slow webpages. Is it Edge? I have been tempted to take my PC to a shop and have more RAM installed. I currently have 8 gigs of RAM. Maybe 16 gigs would speed it up. Could Edge be using a lot of RAM when running webpages? Sometimes I have problems when writing a Tweet in Twitter. As I am typing the blue circle appears and I have to wait until it stops to finish typing. What do others think? Should I spend $100+ to install more RAM?

    Jay
    "..Is it Edge?...".........YES...and Windows 10 and Programs that need to be modified to "run with it" (anti-virus too)

    (EIGHT GIGS ..."8" ....."EIGHT IS ENOUGH"

    Don't waste your money...."IT WON'T HELP!"
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  3.    22 Aug 2015 #3

    I agree. 8 gigs is enough.
      My ComputerSystem Spec


 

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