Hi It's been almost two weeks since I uninstalled Chrome because of problems I was having with my computer after the Anniversary Update. Since then, there have been several updates to Windows 10 and my computer has been running perfectly. So today I decided to reinstall the latest version of Chrome to see if it really was what was causing the problems or was it just some kind of glitch that I was getting, that didn't really have Chrome as the cause. I installed it and my computer immediately slowed to a crawl. Even opening Task Manager was impossible. I could get to the screen where you select Task Manager, and had to use the shut down icon in the lower right. I shut down and restarted then without touching Chrome, I used Revo Uninstaller to remove it completely, right down to the last registry entry. When I rebooted my computer was back to normal again. So there is no question that the problem is Chrome. I've used it for years and it worked fine right up until the Anniversary Update, and don't really want to change but I've tried Opera, which is OK and Edge which I can live with, but I've just installed Mozilla Firefox for the first time in years. If anyone reading this has any experience with Firefox I have a question. I believe that it has a Favorites bar like Chrome, but while I can find the favorites side menu, I can't at first glance find a way to activate the bar that you can drag the link to the way you can it Chrome. If there is one, how do I activate it? Mike Never mind on the toolbar thing, I just found a way to show it. Now it looks like a browser I can live with, in fact it looks a lot like Chrome. It really makes me wonder what Chrome can be doing that screws up my computer that none of these other browsers do? I installed and uninstalled Chrome at least 4 times and it essentially crashed my computer every time.