[ubuntu-uk] Feeling tortured by Ubuntu

Kris Douglas krisdouglas at gmail.com
Thu Oct 20 12:02:59 UTC 2011

On 20 October 2011 12:52, paul sutton <zleap at zleap.net> wrote:
> In my humble experience running 100 tabs in any browser for an extended
> period of time can lead to slow response times for your browser.  If you go
> to a lot of flash sites (hard to avoid) with Chrome / Chromium then that's a
> lot of flash plugin that can leak memory and potentially cause issues even
> after Chromium is closed.
> Have you thought about using flash block this will then allow you to click
> on any flash components you want by just clicking on them,  It seems to be a
> lot of the flash on a site is irrelevant, adverts or other rubbish so out of
> say 10 flash components 1 may be useful to what you want to do.
> Try a day with a maximum of 10 tabs in on browser (and one browser window)
> and see if you still get performance issues.
> Also check if you have ubuntuone-syncd running.  Ubuntu 11.10 may add this
> back in at startup as part of the change of desktop manager (LightDM)
> Thank you.

Hello, I do not have flash enabled in my browser for the reason stated
above. I actually found out what was causing the problem...

It was entirely the fault of Compiz, once reloaded the desktop was
stable again. Not quite sure how to fix this one :)

Regards, Kris Douglas.

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