Here is a web page that seems to be crushing the processing power of IE9:
And this one they really aught to fix … because that’s the competition, right?
This web page – in Internet Explorer 9 Beta, has scrolling up and down problems. It’s as if it gets “hung” doing something else? Shouldn’t they be able to multi-thread the processing of loading parts of the page … or whatever … refreshing parts of the page? This page seems to flip images on the iPad screen of the iPad product image. You might not be able to scroll down at all while the page is loading parts of it, although the page has already appeared … you don’t appear to have control of it. Later on even after the page has loaded it’s still quite sluggish. You can scroll it down a bit … maybe it hangs up (stops responding) for awhile then it jumps. Then it won’t scroll back up. It hangs again.
IE9 even pops an “apple.com” warning down at the bottom of the browser about “apple.com is not responding”. Later even when I moved off that web page and went to my blog web page … I got a pop up warning that “apple.com quit responding” and it’s searching for a solution. I took a screen shot of that one:
MS IE9 Beta – Apple.com is not responding – ma ma! ma ma! please help. E.T. Phone Home…
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