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    New2Macs's Avatar
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    Internet connection slow.
    I recently upgraded my system from Panther to Tiger. When i was using Panther my machine on the internet seemed more responsive. Now with tiger it seeks sluggish when loading up new pages. I use Firefox as my main browser but its still slow with Safari. Please help.

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    try running a software update.
    the back of our computer looks better than the front of theirs


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    zippy_nz
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    Hi there.

    Check out this product, OnSpeed. its an internet accelerator which is compatible for your Mac. It sits quietly in the background, and flexible enough for you to turn it on or off. Trials have showed that it increases broadband / dial-up speed to up to 10 times, some times, even more. Go and have a look - http://www.onspeedasia.com

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    try the software update - Safari will probably be much faster now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deus_ex_machina
    try the software update - Safari will probably be much faster now.
    I think the OP figured out their problem.
    zippy only dug up this thread to post his spam.:black:
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    Quote Originally Posted by D3v1L80Y
    I think the OP figured out their problem.
    zippy only dug up this thread to post his spam.:black:
    ****! I'm the victim! This is no good for me! I guess I'll slither back into the NEEDED forums to enlist REAL help for those who need it. Thanks, DB!

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