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comment Google chrome in Windows 7 in Ubuntu - speed differences
note that by disabling mdns you won't be able to perform "near network" discovery of devices (printers and such). I consider this a small price to pay for proper browsing - but maybe a different mix of options (such as using mdns after dns) would work just as well without disabling that service.
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comment Google chrome in Windows 7 in Ubuntu - speed differences
@new123456 - nothing of interest there. I would've been surprised as the machine I'm using a a real beast. Besides - FF and Windows chrome (configured exactly the same) are working great at the same time - so it's something to do with linux chrome, not with a general load on the system.
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comment Google chrome in Windows 7 in Ubuntu - speed differences
But firefox and windows chrome are working ok...
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