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Lefteris_D 2003-11-10 16:42

Internet Explorer: Responding slow
 
After alot of testing I found that BitTorrent is to blame.

The problem is this, when you click the IE icon instead of starting up in a few seconds it takes a couple of minutes. This ALWAYS happens after the BT installation. Is there a way to avoid it? Of cource! Do not install the official client. It seems that the unofficial clients are more well written and dont cause that problem. I use the experimental client and I stopped having that problem.


Note: causing IE to respond slowly can cause problems with other windows programs as well.

Flash_Squirrel 2003-11-10 17:09

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Originally Posted by Lefteris_D
After alot of testing I found that BitTorrent is to blame.

The problem is this, when you click the IE icon instead of starting up in a few seconds it takes a couple of minutes. This ALWAYS happens after the BT installation. Is there a way to avoid it? Of cource! Do not install the official client. It seems that the unofficial clients are more well written and dont cause that problem. I use the experimental client and I stopped having that problem.


Note: causing IE to respond slowly can cause problems with other windows programs as well.

Hmm, Hmm, I will add that to the guide, if you want, that is.

Edit: Im being approssimative. The BT step-by-step guide in the downloading help subforum.

NoSanninWa 2003-11-10 17:19

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Originally Posted by Flash_Squirrel
Edit: Im being approssimative. The BT step-by-step guide in the downloading help subforum.

What does approssimative mean? My vocabularly is not lacking, yet I am unfamiliar with that work. Unfortunately Merriam-Webster is unfamiliar with that word also, so I hope that you can tell me what you are trying to say. I sense from the context that it means that you assume too much? Is it a word in a language other than English, or are you misspelling something too badly for me to figure it out?

Flash_Squirrel 2003-11-10 17:32

Oh well, Im rather tired, maybe I mixed too much.
"Approssimativo(it)" means inaccurate, not precise.

As you can see "Im going to add it to the guide" is rather vague. Guide? what guide? where? when? how?

I guess the right spelling is Aproximative? Sorry if my english is not that good.


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