Re: Strange behaviour of Google Chrome
You are stating as beliefs, things that are factually incorrect except in specific cases. The generalizations are not true as generalizations. And they are never true regarding book marks. Book marks don't have anything to do with how fast a page loads. And if you don't have book marks, you are actually taking longer to load pages some of the time. I can book mark not only the home page of a site if I want, but any page on the site I want. I often book mark a page that contains specific information or material I may want to refer to again or read all of if I have read part of it and want to return. I can use history for the same thing, but book marks may be faster and more convenient. Also, if I keep book marks, since they don't slow page loading down, if I do clear history at some point because it may be slowing page loading, the book marks are still present.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
I really don't feel like typing every address of every page I want to go to every time I want to open that page, which I have previously visited.
If history becomes too large and/or if the cache becomes too large, that may slow page loading. But they have to become large. I don't delete the cache nor history except if I notice slowness of performance and one or both are large. I delete whatever I think may be large enough to impact performance, not both at once without considering when I deleted history or the cache last.
Deleting the cache before it grows too large may actually cause some pages to load a little more slowly, though I think the difference would be slight on a reasonably fast broad band connection.
Sent: Monday, April 05, 2021 1:58 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Strange behaviour of Google Chrome
i set my firefox to cleans all data including history when closing.
i also dont use bookmark.
i believe that its one of the advantages of firefox that my firefox is
always like the time when i installed it for the first time.
i believe that saving data may cause slowness of firefox or any browser.
On 4/5/21, Gene <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I don't clean anything unless there is a reason such as slower performance.
were I given all the seven heavens
with all they contain
in order that
I may disobey God
by depriving an ant
from the husk of a grain of barley,
I would not do it.