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I've been having problems with opening new links in new tabs and streaming videos off of YouTube. Just to let everybody know the PC I'm running Windows 7 off of has a 1GHz processor and only 512MB of RAM and I know that the minimum for Windows 7 is atleast 1GB of RAM but everything runs fine.
Ok the first one is if I want to keep a current link up and just open a new one off the same site I'm already on I just right-click the link and select "Open in New Tab" but when I do a new tab opens and says "Connecting...", then after about 10-15 seconds the tab just goes away. No idea on that one.
My second issue is with streaming videos on-line, the video players loads fine and so does the page but it only loads the first segment then stops. And I either have to re-load the page or skip foward a little ways. Now this might have something to do with system requirements being my computer just isn't fast enough to keep up and is pretty outdated .
Has anyone else encoutered these issues?
I have also encountered IE8 freeze ups in Windows 7 Beta 64 bit (the Ultimate version). IE8 will just freeze up for no apparent reasons at all. So I mostly use Firefox in Windows 7 Beta.
A brief configuration of my computer: Intel Core 2 Quad 2.40 GHz processor, 6 GB of DDR2 800 MHz RAM, 512 MB NVidia 8600 GT video card.
There are also incompatibility issues with respect to some software I run under XP Pro. So I am only testing 7 now, and it seems increasingly likely that I will stick with XP Pro.
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