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johnno

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fiscus,
is the site slowing down in the last few days?
Just seems to me that its been slower. I thought it was just while at work but its the same at home.
Anyone else noticed this?

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ozdevil

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the site is loading up ok for me Johnno..

have you tried deleting some of your temp internet files as this could be a possibility why your work and home computer are loading Slowly

cheers and beers
ozdevil
 

DaveR

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Johno,

Just use Opera. It kicks IE in the speed department.
 

johnno

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nah,
i fully endorse and always use MS products.
Looks like they have been throttling us at work the last few days.

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Doc

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Yep, sounds like you should check with your work infrastructure guys. They can be bastards.
Was chatting with a customer today who was bragging that he had implemented some new mail scanning filtering software and had blocked 200 footy tipping reminder emails since Wednesday.
Under my breath all I was thinking was "what a wanker".

Doc
 

jgriffin

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Doc said:
Yep, sounds like you should check with your work infrastructure guys. They can be bastards.
Was chatting with a customer today who was bragging that he had implemented some new mail scanning filtering software and had blocked 200 footy tipping reminder emails since Wednesday.
Under my breath all I was thinking was "what a wanker".

Doc
The tools available to us admins these days can lead to some really bastard rules. Like detecting whether the machine is a windows machine, or using IE vs Firebird and giving them different speeds.
 

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jgriffin said:
The tools available to us admins these days can lead to some really bastard rules. Like detecting whether the machine is a windows machine, or using IE vs Firebird and giving them different speeds.
jgriffin,

I know. I work for an integrator and we sell packet shapers etc etc. It just really pisses me off when clients use them for eeeeevilllll. Eeeeevillllll I say :p

Doc
 

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