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Re: Slow Display of Graphics in Chrome

moxalt <moxalt@riseup.net> writes:

> On Fri, 27 Nov 2015 19:32:25 +0000, Alan Chandler <alan@chandlerfamily.org.uk>
> wrote:
>> Just recently, I notice a sudden slowing down of the display of areas of 
>> the screen in Chrome when it fully maximised ( but still with toolbar 
>> etc on display)
> If you want a Chrome-like browser, what's wrong with Chromium? Is it lacking in
> some way which necessitates the use of Chrome?
>> I am running a dual monitor gnome 3 setup with intel display driver.
>> Quite frequently, but not predictably so (say once every few minutes) 
>> Chrome, when displaying a web page whilst fully maximized gets very slow 
>> and displays blocks of the screen but then hangs for a few seconds 
>> before continuing with some more and hanging again.
>> You can stop it doing this by dragging the toolbar down from the fully 
>> maximized position.  I don't think I have seen it when not fully maximized.
>> Anyone else experiencing the same?
> Although I don't use Chrome or Chromium anymore, I experience this with
> *Iceweasel*, of all web browsers. In my experience Chromium has always been a
> lot more responsive and snappier- so I experience and associate exactly
> this problem with the Firefox-based browsers; Abrowser, Iceweasel, IceCat, etc.
> Strange.
> Does anyone else experience these strange hangs with the Firefoxes?
> For me they are almost identical to the problem Alan has with Chrome.

What I find even more interesting is that I've pretty much given up on
Chromium (the only program, let alone browser, which is showing
painfully slow response on my system) and switched back to iceweasel...

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