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Replace Firefox Version 2.0.0.13


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#1 grandpaw7

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Posted 31 March 2008 - 11:07 AM

Since I downloaded this last security fix, firefox has become as slow as molasses. And it acts up in various ways, all of which I can't remember. But the scroll bar at the right doesn't work like it did. When I hold my cursor just above or below the two arrows, instead of quickly scrolling all the way, it scrolls only a little way, so that I have to keep clicking to get it to scroll all the way. And often I can no longer highlight a sentence by scrolling over it with the shift key down. There are other things that don't work at they used to, but the main problem is the slowness.

I want to get rid of this version and replace it with an older, faster version. The previous version I had, which I guess was 12 rather than 13, worked okay for me but if there is a faster version I would like to get it, and take my chances on the resultant security risk.

How do I go about doing that? I understand I need to uninstall the current version and then install the replacement. But where can I find an older but faster version?

Thanks, grandpaw7

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Posted 31 March 2008 - 12:23 PM

It may be an idea to start with some troubleshooting, using Firefox's Standard Diagnostic.

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Reflect, repent, and reboot.
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