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GregGleason

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I recently got a laptop running Win10. Under Edge I couldn't reach TRF (or Wildman's site). I downloaded Chrome and I could reach TRF, but it didn't look like it usually does.

Any thoughts on what's going on?

Greg
 

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Since I upgraded to Win 10 there have been no changes in any website I access with any of my browsers. The first thing I would check is the browser settings.
 

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Yup. I've switched all my computers to Win 10 just because I liked it better than the one computer that had Win 8.1. I use Firefox though. I hated Win 8.1. So far everything has worked OK.

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apart from various ads slowing page load times TRF & 'the edge' have played nicely for me. you might want to check your security settings and or try using ie11.
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Likely nothing to do with Windows itself. First time you load a page it takes longer and it could be that. Windows 10 comes with two browsers IE 11 and Edge. Try Edge first.
 

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Ok. It's fixed now. The internet security settings were set to "High". I set them to "Medium" and the page was able to load properly.

Thanks for all of the suggestions. I'm going from Vista to Win10 and playing a little catch-up.

Greg
 

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Greg, that is a significant leap. I like 10 for the most part. There are some things you need to disable, but it seems ok otherwise.
 

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Likely nothing to do with Windows itself. First time you load a page it takes longer and it could be that. Windows 10 comes with two browsers IE 11 and Edge. Try Edge first.
I like Edge for the most part. I don't like that you cannot edit the URL of a favorite you added. There doesn't seem to be even a kludge workaround for that "feature".

Greg
 
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