Install NoScript and AdBlock Plus, restart Firefox and test again on the same sites.tremara wrote: ↑Thu Jun 06, 2019 12:54 amHi again....thanks all for your input so far....JayM my traffic on the channel(6) is quite ok....chrispop99 I am working about 2 metres from the router.....Another quite odd thing I discovered was if I left click the tray icon for wifi I get a small wicd info screen and it states connection speed is 48mb/s????(this is what my connection normally is)...but page loads are still painful at best....again this is in any browser I use.....ok I just did a speedtest(speedtest.net) and the result was 21mb/s down and 3.3mb/s up with a ping of 12 msec......this should be fine but is still painfully slow.....
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