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I find that Firefox 83 and JAWS 2021 work fine, though I'll
experience an occasional crash. I find FF faster than Edge,
surprisingly, when loading pages. I've also found that browsers
and apps load faster using the desktop icons than using
alt/control and a letter to open them.
I have found that FF works best on some sites while Edge Chrome
works better on others. In particular, page material is
occasionally presented differently in the two browsers. All the
more reason to have at least two browsers.
On 11/26/2020 2:09 PM, JM Casey wrote:
It was crashing a bit a
couple of Firefox versions back, but for me, it seems
prettys table now. It still loads pages slower and is
generally less “snappy” than chrome, but Chrome tends to
crash if I leave the window for a good amount of time and
then return to it – Chrome is comletely unresponsive. This
seems *fairly8 consistent actually. Firefox is just a bit
off a slow browser it seems, but it’s pretty dependable for
me on my Windows 10 machine running JAWS 2018 and NVDA
2020.2. There are definite advantages to using both though.
I’m certainly using Chrome more than I used to.
Just recently went to
Windows 10 and have found firefox crashing with that latest
Jaws 2020 where it did not crash on my Windows 7 PC, anyone
else having this issue?