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Discussion in 'Microsoft Surface Pro 2' started by godson594, Nov 11, 2013.
Back is ultra fast for me
this is what kills me is that its fast for some people! arg!!
LOL yea I Know, wondering people who are reporting it FAST what Surface are you running? PRO or RT?
I would think it is other pro users being on the pro forum but who knows.
It kills me on sites like Reddit where you click a pic then have to go back, no way surfing on my ipad should be faster than this beast.
I think deleting browser history is a constructive thing to try. Whenever mine gets buggy (a lot) I do this and the improvement is noticeable
Yes same issue here but I've come to realize that IE11 mobile is completely unusable for me and probably the worst mobile browser I have ever used. The back issue was jarring but what kills it is not having text wrap when resizing the screen. If I have the browser taking up half the screen, I need to constantly pan left and right to read each line of text (or shrink the page so small the text is unreadable). I quickly realized that although the desktop browsers aren't optimized for touch, they are at least usable.
Same issue for me too since day one. I do like metros search area when using touch mode so I suffer through it.
I have the habit of opening new web pages into new browser tabs, so I normally don't even see the back-swipe thing.
This is slowly becoming a game changer for me. Thinking of exchange this for something less buggy.
Has anyone found a fix for this or know if Microsoft is at least working on it? it really messes my experience up so much I find myself using an old android tablet for internet browsing.
I Find it slow for myself also, but wouldn't think of returning my device for a 5 nano second pause, I think that's just silly, to me that's just overreacting to something so small lol
I think this is largely dependent on the sites your browsing. On some sites I visit, swiping back is instant. Others, there is a delay.
Much of the issue is how IE11 handles cross-site scripting which impacts Banner Ads. There are sites that don't allow cached views because of their Banner Ads which requires a full page load.