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Internal diagnosis and fix for bad internet ?

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#1 Achaemenid


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Posted 07 August 2015 - 09:49 AM

my internet is so slow as to be not working
i use 4 browsers. IE, slimbrowser, slimjet, chrome. They will show different things for the same page. One might have what looks like basic html letters but not really like a real web page. 
Another might be gigantically magnified. 
Are there internal diagnoses I can do to see where the problem is?
DNS settings?
I reset IE internet settings to default. 
Should I delete and reinstall the wifi connection?
Any suggestions appreciated. 
(this is the 4th time I have reposted this. Something keeps happening to block the post. )

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#2 TheJokerz


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Posted 07 August 2015 - 10:08 AM

I believe that is just how the different browsers render the html code.  I could be wrong but I am pretty sure that is what it is from.  


You can check your score of browsers and html5 here https://html5test.com/


Hope this helps!


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