OK, please help me out.
We’ve established that we’re all intelligent here. We all have a computer, or access to one. Here’s my very mundane problem.
I recently bought a new computer, hell of a machine, Pentium III 550 MHz, 64 MB Ram, all the options you can wave a stick at, yada yada. I have an ISDN Internet Connection, making this machine one hell of a surfer.
In practise, however, my hard disk periodically starts rattling away, stalling all internet processes (typing, loading, downloading, whatever) for, say, 15 seconds or so.
I think it’s got something to do with caching or cleaning the cache. What settings should I change to avoid this problem ? I use Netscape 4.6.
Also, is there a wat to avoid these annoying pop-up-nestcape-windows whenever you hit a site (e.g. geocities-sites, MP3, a lot of porn sites cough, so I’m told ) ?
Help me make my life just a little more bearable. I’ll owe you one. Really. Free beer on your next visit to Amsterdam, etc etc.
“You know how complex women are”
- Neil Peart, Rush (1993)