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Article about: Hi guys, Does anyone experience a very slow upload of this forum page at the moment ?? I do not experience the same with other web pages !! MFG Marc

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    Hi guys,
    Does anyone experience a very slow upload of this forum page at the moment ??
    I do not experience the same with other web pages !!

    MFG
    Marc
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    I typically find this is the norm for me compared to other sites. I've always chalked it up to the pictures. But even refreshing the home page is always slow
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    No problems here? I use chrome.
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    Hi Ade,

    Me too, I use Crome ! But it has not been like this until resently !!??

    MFG
    Marc
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    Hi Marc..it also may be due to world usage that have overloaded server towers..with this being a holiday in the US and abroad..in some other countries who may also share in the holiday. I have noticed slowness around these times. Everyone is home..and talking with one another through web contact..or having the day off catching up on other web related business.

    I would say after another day..the speed will catch up..i feel it is not the WRF website..but the holiday itself..and a chain reaction effect it has caused. Regards Larry
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