Well I'm ready to be sharing 'tips' on how Free-Browsing can work well for you.
I made some research into solutions to major problems encountered using Free-Browsing upportunity
and now I think I'm satisfied with my results. I access Yahoo!Mail, Yahoo!Messenger, Trading Platforms,
In short ALL APPLICATIONS I USE,
We all can work together to get the best out of Free-Browsing
You can as well share tips on this thread for the benefit of all. That would be NiCE of you
MY FIRST TIPS:
Free Browsing Softwares:
Your-Freedom (curretly encountering some unknown problems)
u can get the softwares from their site
currently I use Proxifier. If u know of others that works u can share with us.
Get version 188.8.131.522
After installation, go to 'connection preferences'
Under connection choose 'Firewall with no proxies'
If that doesn't work, but I'm sure it will, choose 'No network detection'
sign in. You're ready to CHAT! We'll meet in d chat room. LOL
follow the link below if u can't access Yahoo! Mail
the above link should take you to China Yahoo!Mail, where you can sign and be redirected to your e-mail account. IT WORKS!
before I go,
To make browsing faster, you can change your browser settings (Mozilla, Netscape and the likes)
take cognizance of the default setting in case u may want to reset back to default.
FireFox has many hidden settings I am going to expose some of them.
Open FireFox and type about:config in the address bar. Alter these settings:
network.dns.disableIPv6 set this to true (this one alone gave me unbelievable gains)
network.http.max-connections Set this to 100
network.http.max-connections-per-server Set this to 100
network.http.max-persistent-connections-per-proxy Set this to 100
network.http.max-persistent-connections-per-server Set this to 100
100 is a random higher number I chose to ensure that Firefox isn't waiting on the connections, especially on pages with many image hosts for avatars, etc. The default of 2 persistant connections per server is murder.
Hey Guys. To use any Internet browser, disable all proxies. then restart the browser. To do this go to 'Options' or 'Tools' any one that applies depending on your browser type,
select 'Internet Options' or 'Preferences'
Then Select 'Connection', 'Settings' (using your current Modem)
Then, select 'Auto Detect Connection', or 'Directly connect to the Internet'
Then restart your browser.
This should work.
4 people that can't browse email sites, try browsing through browsingtime.com