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Old 11-28-2019, 01:47 PM   #76
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Re: session timeout

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I'd guess Win10 + SSD. Mine goes from off to login screen in about 5 seconds, from sleep faster than that. Very quick.
I do not have a solid state drive on this paul. so it must not be that!

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Re: session timeout

Probably affects startup more than shutdown.
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Re: session timeout

Yep, my Win10 system with an SSD is very fast to start and stop. WAY faster than Win7 on the same physical box but with a hard disk. (The story of that hard disk has been discussed elsewhere and will not be repeated here.)

But my wife's system is Win10 with a traditional HD and it is slower to start or stop. So no, Win10 ISN'T that good.

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Re: session timeout

not only do i have a good machine now richard, but i haven't been logged out of this website once since i got it and posted the 1st first post, which was 18 hours ago as of now. and i'm using the same version of chrome and ff i had b4.
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Re: session timeout

Probably some long-forgotten setting from when you first installed Chrome. Or a different default based on a newer version of Chrome. Not really worth pursuing unless the problem returns.

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