When I try to bring-up that blog site in IE8 , it hangs and eventually
Using Google Chrome , I read the blog , but there's nothing in there on how
to disable automatic crash recovery.
Also : is there a way to disable the prompt which asks you if you'd like to
send crash info to MS ?
All these QA problems are killing the IE8 experience for me.
I've stuck with IE all these years because it starts-up and browses faster
than the competition and allows multiple independent instances ( processes )
rather than tabbed windows ( which I hate ).
Now , with IE8 , it comes up slow if at all , and crashes all instances
together , irrelevant of culpability , and slows me down a lot trying to get
restarted because some of the restarted sites just crash/hang again.
I'm perfectly happy managing my own experience. I don't need all this
poorly-QA'd "advanced technology" interfering , trying to make things right
again , but in fact only making things worse.
Hope some MS engineers are reading this 'cause I'm about to give up on IE.
"PA Bear [MS MVP]" <PABearMVP@gmail.com> wrote in message
> Best to stick with one (1) thread, John. That being said, see...
> IEBlog : IE8 and Reliability:
> ~Robear Dyer (PA Bear)
> MS MVP-IE, Mail, Security, Windows Client - since 2002
> John A Grandy wrote:
>> When IE8 fails , on restart it displays a dialog prompting if with to
>> recreate previous browsing session or go to home page.
>> How can I disable display of this dialog ( i.e. on start always go to
>> page ) ?