i had firefox for awhile and liked it but switched to google chrome and like it but its slow at times....
Ms. Rosie, do you know how to clear your cookies? That could help with the speed. As you use the internet, "cookies" build up in your browser...cookies are left on your computer by the websites that you visit.
If you're not sure how to clear them, just do the following...
1. Click the icon in the upper right-hand corner that looks like 3 lines on top of each other. (This will pull up a window with options).
2. Click on History. (This will pull up your browsing history in a new tab).
3. Click the rectangle at the top that says Clear browsing data...(this will pull up another small window with options of what you want to clear from your computer).
4. Make sure there is a check-mark in the box next to Cookies and other site and plug-in data. (I always check every option there; it won't hurt if you check everything; however, it will delete any saved passwords that you might have and any saved automatic form fill-ins...including usernames. If you don't want to have to re-enter usernames, passwords that you may have saved, etc., just put a check next to the "Cookies" option and leave the rest blank).
5. Next, you'll want to choose the option to "Obliterate the following items from: the beginning of time. (This is the rectangle above where you put the check-marks).
6. Finally click the rectangle that says Clear browsing data. (Located below where you put the check-marks).
It might take a little bit of time...depending on how long you've used the browser without having done this before. I do this at least once a week.
Now, if you do this, you may notice that some websites load slower (you'll probably notice it here at Online Baptist). That's because you've done away with the cookies, so the sites will be putting new ones on. After that though, you should be fine.
I'm not saying it will solve your problem, but it might be part of the answer.