sufing a slow internet connection

Posted by dmbkiwi on Apr 14, 2011 5:53 AM EDT
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Learn how to use lynx as a secondary browser for slow internet connections. recently published an article on how and why you should set up a secondary browser for slower connections. The article starts with the premise that, these days, you are often on your laptop, but are connected to a slow connection, whether it be via badly configured wifi, overloaded wifi, or tethered to a 3G connection. Lifehacker suggests that rather than optimising your browser for a slow connection when this happens, you should have a secondary browser set up and ready for such situations. A damn good idea, I must say. However, then they go on to set out how to set up Opera for efficient slow speed browsing. However ...

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