It could be.Maybe its you.?..LOL
So based on our MINUTE BY MINUTE server tracking, I think I can honestly say its NOT coming from our servers.I've noticed that it acts like locks up and I have to refresh it just to get the page to load, all too often. Not so much today but the last week or so was ridiculous.
Turn the Ads Off then.It could be.
It could be my firewall anti bullshet ware.
If that is the case, that means this site has way more bullshet than any other site that I frequent because this is the ONLY site giving me grief.
When you look around here & see the overabundance of intrusive ads, it's obvious that there is far more data being shoved up our azz than we desire.
2265 members 8033 guests. Is that 2265 paying members and 8033 non paying members??????? If so. Doesn't that tell you something??????? And yes, everything that the others are saying holds true for me also. Have to type very slow. Even slower than I normally type. Have to refresh constantly to get to continue scrolling down while reading threads.Server Load Averages1.14 0.99 0.82 |
10,298 Users Online (2,265 members and 8,033 guests)
Server loads below a 3.00 should exhibit NO discernible reduction in operating speed.
And we aren't even close to that with only 10,000 people logged in right now
But he would have to pay ransom money to do that! Pay, pay, pay. I heard that Harris is looking at adding a log on charge also. Just give them a credit card number and they will auto bill it. Any truth to that?Turn the Ads Off then.
Thats will hugely impact your over-all experience.
Which browser were you running when it was killing you?Tried killing a bit of time on SW from work today. Suicide would be more fun! Extremely painful / cumbersome / slow and problematic! It would not load threads once selected. You had to refresh every choice about a dozen times to get anything but a blank screen. Ended up X'ing out and re-logging on a few different times just to get a thread to come up. PC w/ Internet Explorer. And it was not a firewall issue as that software / screen / warning never showed up.
It seems to be excellent now on my Mac at home running Safari. FWIW