A Few Rants and Raves

Discussion in 'Mac Pro' started by sixstorm, Jul 24, 2006.

  1. sixstorm macrumors regular

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    Hello all. As you can see in my sig, I own a 14" iBook and a 17" Intel iMac, both of which I love. I do have some rants after a while of owning these two and I'd like to share, just in case there is something I can do to fix these little problems.

    1) iMac Sleep - Used to, I could click "Sleep" and the iMac would automatically go to sleep. But now, it takes about 20 seconds for it to shut off. What's up with that?

    2) Video playback - I dunno if it's the websites (MySpace and Gamespot) but it seems like it kills my iMac or iBook just to play a streaming video.

    3) Certain websites - MySpace, Gamespot, IGN and occasionally Apple.com just hates my iMac. It takes forever to load, but other websites are blazing fast. WTF?

    I guess that's all I got for right now. Please feel free to leave comments or if there are any fixes for these things, please let me know.

    Thanks!!!
     
  2. thegreatluke macrumors 6502a

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    I have a stock 1.83 GHz MacBook Pro and it does the same thing.

    Have you tried alternate browsers? I used to use Safari but I've found Firefox is better at loading webpages like that.
     
  3. Xander562 macrumors 68000

    Xander562

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    it could be that THEIR servers are slow, your not the only one on myspace,


    why myspace anyways? i'm pretty sure it's the root of all evil.
     
  4. macsrockmysocks macrumors regular

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    My Intel iMac 20" stock does everything fine. It goes to sleep in maybe 2 seconds- 20 sounds literally outrageous. Myspace videos-well now they changed their video to play in something different so I haven't tried yet. Otherwise, webpages load slow for me because I am using my neighbor's wireless at the moment(she told me I could). But, if Safari either is too slow for something or doesn't load it correctly, I have Firefox ready.
     

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