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One of my biggest gripes so far with the CR48, is waiting for it to detect proxy settings anytime the wifi reconnects. Every time it comes out of suspend, it takes way to long to discover I'm not (and never) use a proxy, before it will let me do anything online.<p>
 
One of my biggest gripes so far with the CR48, is waiting for it to detect proxy settings anytime the wifi reconnects. Every time it comes out of suspend, it takes way to long to discover I'm not (and never) use a proxy, before it will let me do anything online.<p>
  
I was unable to find a place in the settings where I could change this, but I stumbled across [http://chrome://settings/proxy chrome://settings/proxy] which lets you default it to direct connection! <p>
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I was unable to find a place in the settings where I could change this, but I stumbled across [http://chrome://settings/proxy chrome://settings/proxy] which lets you default it to direct connection!<br><br>
  
Now my chromebook works a lot faster coming out of standby and getting back on the net!<p>
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Now my chromebook works a lot faster coming out of standby and getting back on the net!<br><br>
 
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Revision as of 16:27, 20 January 2011

Proxy settings take forever to detect


One of my biggest gripes so far with the CR48, is waiting for it to detect proxy settings anytime the wifi reconnects. Every time it comes out of suspend, it takes way to long to discover I'm not (and never) use a proxy, before it will let me do anything online.

I was unable to find a place in the settings where I could change this, but I stumbled across chrome://settings/proxy which lets you default it to direct connection!

Now my chromebook works a lot faster coming out of standby and getting back on the net!




Back to CR48 Home