Well, you see, you were *browsing a web page* on your multi-window, multi-processing supercomputer with gigabytes of RAM.
You just can't expect to just browse a web page and ALSO be able to click the volume control and have it come up within five seconds! That kind of bizarre abuse is just beyond the capabilities of any machine, isn't it.
@natecull Haha, the normal Windows GUI does not even let you uninstall edge. I once just deleted all Edge program files. Then it was gone for a while. And suddenly Edge was there again. It's magic.
Luckly not on my own laptop.
@natecull This is why (contrary to popular belief) Chromium's memory management technique of giving each tab it's own process is the best for computers with little memory.
@natecull my first computer had 1k of ram, ran at 1mhz, and the only thing it browsed was hex digits on a led.
@natecull you're not even using your own computer, though, you're just running a virtual machine using the web browser
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