Re: Browsers get stuck on some websites.
I apologise for my assumption.
You are getting a different problem to me - I only experience this on my work
Windows box where I have more than one anti-spoofing tool installed.
This suggests that there may be a plugin problem that is hogging the process.
IS it worth trying going through any of those ?
On Monday 11 Jul 2005 20:01, [KS] wrote:
> TreeBoy wrote:
> > As an aside: your browser does not "hang" - it just doesn't render -
> > hanging is a very specific phrase.
> Right now, the browser just "hangs". It does not repond to any of the
> action, no reponse on clicking the menu or toolbar, etc. No it has not
> just stopped rendering, it hangs for me.