As I said, it fails to complete pages. So couple a lack of speed with
the fact that it won’t complete them. It’s not an ISP issue. Every
OS/browser I have is faster.
On top of that I’ve noticed that while using Voyager my processor’s
temp will go from 85 degrees to 106 in a very short time. I’m guessing
that there’s a few bugs in Voyager or QNX with regards to FCPGA and VIA.
It’s a great looking OS but it’s just not working right with my setup.
In article <39E05A87.82972DA2@SPAM.REDIRECTED.TO.DEV.NULL>,
Rick Lake <rwlake@SPAM.REDIRECTED.TO.DEV.NULL> wrote:
firstname.lastname@example.org > wrote:
I have a FCPGA 566 and all my other OSes beat qnx for browsing. W2K
Don’t you mean that other browsers appear to be faster?
I’m telling you that it rarely completes a lot of pages,
pages. No, Voyager is very slow.
Have you taken into account the caching of pages by the browsers? (Try
shift-reload in Netscape for instance)
The biggest impact on browsing speed is the Internet connection
your desktop and the server you’re connected to.
In article Voyager.001007131149.737312E@dhcp,
Richard Stewart <> email@example.com> > wrote:
Previously, David DeMoss wrote in comp.os.qnx:
I’ve installed QNX on two different PCs with different
seems to run VERY fast - faster than any of my other browsers.
I have discovered the same thing - it is blindingly fast - it’s
similar to using Opera compared to IE5.5 - very very fast…
A pity I don’t have the SSL verison…
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