Why won't links on some websites work with Chrome?
aiden 1 year ago
Recently, things like the internal links to news stories at Wired and the log-in here at IT World won't work with Chrome. I've had to switch over to Firefox to fully use both sites. This is also happening at some other websites too, although the majority of sites still work fine. If I "open link in new tab" it works fine, but then I find at the end of the day I have 20+ tabs open. This never used to be a problem, and I haven't added any new plug-ins to Chrome recently. I generally prefer the Chrome browser, but if websites won't work properly, it isn't so sweet. Any ideas on what is causing this?
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