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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 204895 21-Oct-2016 17:45
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Is it just me or is the Azure interface SUPER slow in NZ, like I'm waiting seconds between clicking things, no other site I use has any delay.

 

Am I doing something wrong, is there another (faster) way to manage my machines on Azure?

 

 

 

Edit:

 

Should also mention I'm using a MacBook Pro with Chrome, it's probably faster in IE, err, Edge.


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Master Geek
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  Reply # 1655929 21-Oct-2016 18:47
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I just logged into my Azure account, and there are slight delays with things, eg when I click on an App Service it takes a couple of seconds to load the information. This is on a $800 gaming pc running Windows 7 in Google Chrome. I would check whether there's something like a VPN on or something using bandwidth. I'm on ADSL as well so I don't think its a connection issue in your case




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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 1655948 21-Oct-2016 19:28
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Hmm, does seem to be much more responsive now. Also on ADSL here, might have been congestion down the line, or come to think of it could have been someone's phone trying to backup photos or something, forgot to check router traffic.


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