Is this bad?

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    d2123cross

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    Windows 2000, I'm using Firefox 3, has no problem playing music in the background while XP lags and skips..

    Is this bad?
    Cross Moneymaker
     
    d2123cross, May 23, 2015
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    Elizabeth23

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    Yes

    ALWAYS use the latest version, Firefox is now up to 38, and if you are not fully updated from Microsoft updates, I would wipe the drive and reinstall xp, as you are most surely infected.
     
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    eatup

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    Want really bad lag? Try Windows (any version) NT 6.x and above.

    Lag is the reason why everything post XP (so called modern OSes) turned to sh*te, and why I'll never buy another Windows license again, whether bundled with OEM hardware or NOT!

    Btw, I'm surprised. Why FF3? If it's giving u problems, I highly recommend this:

    http://www.opera.com/download/guide/?ver=12.17

    It's like The BEST browser that was ever made (for XP). Too bad it's discontinued, but it did get patched for HEART BLEED, thankfully. And I don't recommend the newer Opera releases at all...
     
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    Termingamer2-JD

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    He's using 2000 not XP, and I suspect FF won't provide these updates for something so old (and kinda obsolete).

    And add the fact Firefox isn't as good now as it was when 3.6 was around, the first FF I used (and really liked).
     
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