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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Yellowfurbaby, Jul 22, 2013.

  1. Yellowfurbaby

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    Hi all I'm new to this forum and Samsung after having an iPhone for years.
    I love the change Btw.
    One issue.... When I'm browsing the Web and have multiple browsers open I can't always close them. The button in the right hand corner next to the bookmark one can read like 10 meaning obviously I have 10 windows open but 50% of the time nothing at all happens when I press it. The colour highlights when it is pressed but doesn't bring up window manager. Anyone else have this issue or know of a solution?
    Thanks all
     

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    Please someone help
     
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    Are you using the stock "internet" browser or one of the many available from the play store (might I recommend chrome instead)?

    I've found that swiping them off of the screen is much easier and more initiative.
     
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    Yes just the normal stock browsers.
     
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    I think part of the problem with not getting help is the title of your thread. I had no idea it was a browser issue and only read it out of curiosity over what a "window manager" was.

    I would second the suggestion of using the Chrome browser. It syncs nicely with the Chrome browser on PCs, but also is just a good browser.
     
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    I will second the Chrome suggestion. Not only does it sync everything with desktop and tablets, but it also come with bandwidth optimization and reduces your surfing cost. And it will show you where your other browsers were, so you can carry on reading what you left off on desktop or tablet.
     

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