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Ranil Athauda

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Recently am facing frequent crashes and slowness when using the Browser.

I try streaming content and either the browser crashes half way or just keeps buffering. 

I have been using this site for a while and didn't have any issues previously.  And the same site works flowlessly on other devices. 

Anyone else facing these issues? Any remedies? 

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On 12/25/2018 at 8:06 PM, Ranil Athauda said:

Recently am facing frequent crashes and slowness when using the Browser.

I try streaming content and either the browser crashes half way or just keeps buffering. 

I have been using this site for a while and didn't have any issues previously.  And the same site works flowlessly on other devices. 

Anyone else facing these issues? Any remedies? 

Yes, I have been facing the same crashes during Kahoot! game. It was sooooo frustrating!!!

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