zhails

pc issue Please, make QuickAcess great again.

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Mx5 almost is a year old browser but QA is still horrible. May be developpers forget, that there was Maxthon 4?

  1. Sometimes I use publick wi-fi networks. QA is an internet page, not local as in Maxthon 4, so it doesn't open and give me errors. That errors dissappears only after restarting the browser.  
  2. Sometimes pictures of the sites in QA dissapeares, then next day or something like this appears again. 
  3. I have faced already twice with another bug: there is a white list instead of QA. In this case only full uninstall of the browser helps (including personal data).

When I was on Maxthon 4 I didn't think about QA because there was no need to do that! It worked as should without such errors plus there were a cool grouping function, several express-panels and so on. Now QA is a brand new thing, that looks like a scroll from Harry Potter. I don't against innovations, but they should be better or at least not worse then predecessor. 

Honestly, I'm still with maxthon (not with Vivaldi or Edge) only because of 2 things: touchscreen options (back-forward) and multisearch. I hope that QA will be great again and doesn't outweight all good things in Mx5. 

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you still got the option of local account with MX. I use wifi a lot because i'm often on the run.

There was some troubles in the early days of MX. I'm suspecting a premature launch to compete Opera

i use portable MX last version along with win 10 pro creator edition and nothing wrong 

so my default browser remain edge; faster to connect to wifi spots because there is less latency.

then i use MX or another.

Cloud account in MX is an idea but wifi is not wire connection and may dramatically slow down data flow

I'm lucky enough to have my organisation supplying me a handy smartphone, which i use when things goes wrong

that's life not simple life

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