The little wheel on web pages can certainly get stuck spinning. Websites, these days, are so complex that sorting out the cause will take some digging.
As you’ll see, website-browser compatibility is a bit of a mess. The solution is just what you suggest: have more than one browser ready to go on your computer.
Websites that automatically play sound are evil, pure and simple. And there is only one way to quickly get rid of the intrusive sounds.
From multiple browsers to native support, there are a few ways to have multiple browser-based email accounts open at once. I’ll review the most common.
This is a difficult problem to solve. Steps to protect yourself from a malicious website could mask the problem so you never see it. I can give you a few suggestions.
Without a doubt, having lots of tabs open can impact a computer’s speed. Whether or not it slows down the entire network will depend on exactly what all those tabs are doing.
Usually a new window will open on top of previous windows. There are several things that may cause a window to “pop under” the window you’re looking at.
You can install as many browsers as you like. Personally, I usually install at least two, if not three. However, there can be only one default.
Configuring where PDF documents on the web should be displayed – within your browser or not – turns out to be somewhat tricky. I’ll look at the options.
The Bing toolbar is apparently showing up unexpectedly for some people. I’ll look at important terminology and how to get rid of the Bing toolbar.