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Triple Deuce (name reminds me of my muscle car days!):
Perhaps I can prevail upon you to advise me with something else. I am
running Windows 10 on an Asus Lap top.
Although I clean the computer disk regularly and although I have recently
used AVG Tune Up to make the start up quicker and eliminate some excess
files, I have not been able to solve a really slow loading of Google Chrome
Is Windows 10 deliberately interfering with Google Chrome in one of
Microsoft's many nefarious schemes?
I note that in G Mail, there are 2 loading options on the screen. One of
them is for "slower systems" and that is highlighted. I cannot figure out
how to change that setting, but that would only affect G Mail and not
Google Chrome itself,
Any ideas of why Google won't load "as fast'' as they advertise and like it used to?
I have tried loading an update of Google, but it did not help. This seems to have started after I, in a spurt of crass stupidity,
allowed Windows 10 to install on my computer. Any advice would be appreciated. 44 Guy