We are not Microsoft. Just hapless community volunteers. I believe that MS
receives some 50Gb of error reports a day and I know that they are up to the
task of monitoring and correcting issues that occur with their software.
(eg. Windows 7 has all the bells and whistles to correct incompatibility
Microsoft have a competing product to Flash, Silverlight. You can always
remove Adobe products from your machine and be done with it (no Flash Ads,
some streaming 'videos' will not play etc...) and install Silverlight to
only view some of the newer web sites (MSN Video, some Youtube, some AOL
videos) that have taken the new platform on. You can disable the Shockwave
Flash object from the IE Addons Manager to block it in IE, and then use
another browser to view your sites that use it. (this may not block all
Adobe has nothing to do with us here. We are volunteers and have no
influence or affiliations with Microsoft or Adobe. Adobe Flash is over 10
years old. All software eventually goes to bit heaven. Software product
lifecycles are usually 3 years, closely matching hardware improvements and
"Notung" <Notung@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> I am pretty sure that my "explorers" (I use many different computers with
> IE8) are reporting every bit of hangs that I am suffering on a daily
> basis. I
> am also sure that lots of people at Miscrosoft are looking at error
> and are fully aware of hangs (I can't be just me).
> For that reason I can't believe that as of today they (you) haven't
> a common solution for all of those problems. As I said they are far too
> common and not related to a specific site or sites.
> So please, raise a little bit your game and find a solution quick, I don't
> want to use Firefox or Chrome, I don't like them.
> Come on, guys!
> P.s.: Adobe is killing you!
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