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PCA Site is too slow


Woolwell
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Seems to be running in thick treacle this morning. I'm giving up until much later today.

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cocteau48

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Yup ... progress indeed!

PCA is becoming one of the worst sites that I know for being up and down like the proverbial; yo-yo.

Never used to be like this.

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CFC23

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I agree,don't use it much these days because it's so slow. Glad it's not just me.

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HondaMan

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And there I was thinking it was my computer !

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sharpamat

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Useing IE8 and IE10 and I dont have any problems with Speed

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Picklefactory

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Using IE8 and not too painfully slow, but still one of the slowest sites I visit regularly.

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buteman

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Could not get on recently but looks like it is working again.

Waiting for Media 1 is what I was getting with Firefox.

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buteman

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Nope still fairly crap.

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CFC23

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Makes no difference which browser I try the site is still slow.

I am on LLU with about 18meg download speed and dont't get the problem with other sites.

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Woolwell

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It's speeded up again.

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buteman

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Still slow loading up for me today.

But not as bad as yesterday.

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