Fixing web browser without restarting

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Hi, 

Most of the time my browser gets hanged while browsing while filling up forms or other important works. 

In that case, Is there any way where I can fix the error without restarting my browser?

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Answered By 10 points N/A #105981

Fixing web browser without restarting

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Hey Abraham!

I am afraid that there is no such way to fix the browser without restarting. As you mentioned above that sometimes you used to fill some farms. In this case, to avoid problems, there is a option of "Restart Previous Session" or "Continue the previous pages" on every browser.

You just have to click on this button. Everything will start from the place, where you have shut down you browser.

I also used to fill some farms on Mozilla Firefox and face this problem but by clicking on "Restore previous Session" i can continue my work from where i had left

I hope it can fix your problem

Thanks

Tunacao Caaron

 
Answered By 0 points N/A #105980

Fixing web browser without restarting

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I was using Internet Explorer 7 for a very long time then I upgraded to Internet Explorer 8. Most of the times, the browser used to get hang and sometimes the tab being recovered. Today I had Google Chrome as my new web browser and It simply works very well.

There could be many reasons due to which the browser may get hang. 

1. It may so happen that you are using an old version of web browser and that some scripts of the website do not run well, and it gets hanged up.

2. You may be having a Computer with very low primary memory. Due to this some tabs of your browser get hanged.

3. The Web Browser you are using may not be compatible with the Website you are using.

4. You may need to enable some scripts for your Web Browser to get into the action. Suppose if you have your Java script disabled.

5. If you want to stick to the same web browser, then try an older version and post a bug report on its site.

Thanks.

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