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old PC (win 10) needs older web version


choong94

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as of now, I can't use the web version anymore,

previously I was able to switch to classic version, older version, but now, there's only 1 version, ie. crash-my-browser version!!!

it's too heavy to even load it,

please help.

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1 hour ago, choong94 said:

as of now, I can't use the web version anymore,

previously I was able to switch to classic version, older version, but now, there's only 1 version, ie. crash-my-browser version!!!

it's too heavy to even load it,

please help.

More information would be helpful.  I've not seen reports of the web version crashing the browser.  Which browser and what system are you running it on?

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Radical solution- feel free to ignore. If you have an old PC eventaully it won't just be EN that refuses to run. I would convert it to Linux - a nice distro like Zorin which is designed for non-technical Windows users. I have an ancient lap top running Zorin which runs EN web perfectly in Chrome.

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On 1/17/2024 at 2:02 AM, s2sailor said:

More information would be helpful.  I've not seen reports of the web version crashing the browser.  Which browser and what system are you running it on?

Hi, latest chrome web browser on windows 10 home, evernote.com is just unloadable, it got stuck, and I've to close the tab, (I have just given it a try again today)

after closing the tab, my browser will behave normal again.

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On 1/17/2024 at 2:56 PM, Mike P said:

Radical solution- feel free to ignore. If you have an old PC eventaully it won't just be EN that refuses to run. I would convert it to Linux - a nice distro like Zorin which is designed for non-technical Windows users. I have an ancient lap top running Zorin which runs EN web perfectly in Chrome.

😂thanks for the advice but I have not been using linux for a long time, mainly on windows (a very old PC) and mac.

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