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Firefox is slowing down my internet download speed and will not allow me to stay signed in to email at att.net.

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I am truly heartbroken.

I have been using Firefox as my go to browser for over 40 years. In just the last month I have been subjected to a multitude of problems on currently.att.yahoo.com that I have never experienced before. My internet speed slowed to a crawl. Many pictures do not properly load leaving a gray screen. My email sign in will not remain for the two weeks I request. I experience a lot of problems using my Norton password manager that I have never had before. Many times my internet (WiFi) will disconnect preventing me from accessing the internet.

Why do I blame Firefox? Well I have stopped using Firefox and am using Micrsoft Edge and have none of these problems even with the same homepage (currently.att.yahoo.com).

Is this a case of "if it ain't broke don't fix it"? I have spent too many hours in search of a fix for my problems until I changed browsers. I will never again use Firefox unless Mozilla can conclusively demonstrate to me that all of these problems have been truly permanently fixed!

George Walker [email removed from public]

I am truly heartbroken. I have been using Firefox as my go to browser for over 40 years. In just the last month I have been subjected to a multitude of problems on currently.att.yahoo.com that I have never experienced before. My internet speed slowed to a crawl. Many pictures do not properly load leaving a gray screen. My email sign in will not remain for the two weeks I request. I experience a lot of problems using my Norton password manager that I have never had before. Many times my internet (WiFi) will disconnect preventing me from accessing the internet. Why do I blame Firefox? Well I have stopped using Firefox and am using Micrsoft Edge and have none of these problems even with the same homepage (currently.att.yahoo.com). Is this a case of "if it ain't broke don't fix it"? I have spent too many hours in search of a fix for my problems until I changed browsers. I will never again use Firefox unless Mozilla can conclusively demonstrate to me that all of these problems have been truly permanently fixed! George Walker [email removed from public]

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