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Like "Why is Facebook webpage running so slow" (I think cuz of all the tracking stuff, and they are having trouble on my Linux machine). But I gave it a naive duck-duck and found this brilliant tip to "Reinstall JavaScript" to improve that performance. I'm just so speechless rn... And the cherry on the ice-cream is the link :D

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  • 16
    At least that site have a good faith, I thought that link linked to some malware shit
  • 11
    The only thing damaged here is my faith in humanity
  • 14
    I am inspired for a new domain:

    downloadmorejavascript.com
  • 6
    Really nice find!
    Everyone knows you should restart JavaScript first and only than resort to reinstalling.

    In Dutch we have the perfect saying for this:
    "Hij heeft de klok horen luiden, maar hij weet niet waar de klepel hangt."
    "He heard the bell ring but does not know where the clapper hangs"
    Meaning:
    He thinks he knows the subject but the essence eludes him.
  • 8
    @miladiashe I'm fairly sure Java qualifies as malware these days.
  • 3
    Remember to top up your ram with more from downloadmoreram.com
  • 3
    @miladiashe " I thought that link linked to some malware shit"

    it's a link to download java.

    especially with the intent to use java-browserplugins, that qualifies as malware.
  • 1
    Always funny
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  • 6
    I wonder how many people found this website, have "installed JavaScript" and then thought: "Wow that really helped! My facebook is much faster now." And then spread the word to their friends.

    I fear that thats way more than one would think.
  • 4
    @Lensflare Does java require a reboot? That could be most of the issues for most people. If it doesn't maybe just restarting browser or something.
  • 3
    @Demolishun I don’t remember if it requires a reboot. You know how long it’s been since I’ve installed Java? Me neither. 😄
  • 2
    @Lensflare I use it for minecraft and that is about it. I searched and cannot see a reboot required. I supposed if it has to change the persistent environment variables it might. But I think apps can adjust the path without doing that.
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