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Performance when loading 40mb web content


KayKuok

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Hi all,

I have experienced performance when loading web content which the size is just around 40MB, the page stuck and no content could be loaded. Do you huys have any idea?

Ps. we were trying to load the web content with pre-loaded web browser.

Thanks

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