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Chrome > Internet Explorer

Posted September 13th, 2014 at 5:58 PM by TheFattestSnorlax

Today I log on to my computer as normal, but for some reason find it unreasonably slow. I check on my big brother Robert so he can help with the problem. He opened up Windows Task Manager and found that most of the processes are filled with the name dllhost.exe, taking up more than 200,000 kb of memory. At first I thought that by running a game the computer went slow, so I took the cd out but it still was running slow. I restarted the computer, and went on Explorer. I have found that this action causes multiple files of dllhost running on Task Manager, thus making the computer slow. So I restarted again and went on Chrome, and absolutely no dllhost.exe files show up on Task Manager. I used to think that Internet Explorer was faster than Chrome personally but everyone knows opposite and I now know why. God bless Chrome!
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    Castform's Avatar
    it's common knowledge internet explorer is the ****tiest web browser in existence.
    Posted September 13th, 2014 at 6:02 PM by Castform Castform is offline
  2. Old Comment
    ^ He's right. Chrome will always be the go-to browser for me.
    Posted September 13th, 2014 at 6:18 PM by Hikamaru Hikamaru is offline
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    Meganium's Avatar
    While I agree that chrome is the best internet browser out there (loyal user here), when it comes to tech support, you may be asked to use internet explorer to be able to fix some internet related problems. Just a small tidbit I'd like to share.

    However, IE 11 has a lot of improvements, but I'm still tied with chrome lmao.
    Posted September 13th, 2014 at 6:49 PM by Meganium Meganium is offline
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    donavannj's Avatar
    Sounds like someone downloaded a bunch of addons and toolbars for IE... it doesn't natively take up that much RAM. You may also have some malware on there. Run a scan.
    Posted September 13th, 2014 at 7:16 PM by donavannj donavannj is offline