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Re: [K12OSN] Google Chrome on TC's



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One thing I've noticed that helps with flash is using extensions that block flash from loading until you click on them. This prevents flash heavy pages from loading down the server and clients, but still allowing you to use flash where you need it on your clients. So often it's all the ads that use flash in the background or are running some kind of flash tracking cookies.

On Nov 24, 2012, at 1:11 PM, Barry R Cisna wrote:

> Hello All,
> 
> Curious if anyone on list has tried using Google Chrome as their web
> browser on any TC's? I really haven't delved into using Google Chrome at
> all previously.
> It appears the flash plugin that is bundled with Google Chrome stable,
> is very wonky with the sound daemon that runs on the TC's. Youtubes runs
> fine on the TC but the sound is continually chopping in/out. This is
> running on a  decent TC ,p4 with 1 gig of physical ram intel 82945g/gz
> chipset.
> Anyone had good luck with Google Chrome and sound on the TC?
> 
> Thank You,
> Barry
> 
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