Amazon help sez the trouble is because I changed browsers. I'm having trouble swallowing that bit of corporate speak.
Is there something I can do on this end to avoid all the extra security crap they demand when I try to make purchases on that site. I've spoken to several supervisors there about this and got .... esentially "that's how it is" or something to that effect. It doesn't seem right to take that position. People changes browsers often enough that there should be some way to make using their page a little more friendly to browser surfers.
I'm still experiencing abnormal browsing problems in addition to the ones mentioned with amazon. There is no way to describe what I see if I go to youtube. Little blocks of pixels going everywhere, I have sound in some cases. On the weather.com page some vids run normally and others like the pixel orgy. I'm using the word pixel for lack of a better word or words. All the weirdness seems to be linear and in color. little bands of weirdness moving in opposite directions, linerly, across the scree.This screen sometimes changes to colored dots filling the page.
Could I be missing some software or something. `Seems like a browser should come ready to browse but I really don't know if that's right or not.
I'd welcome suggestions. Thanks for your time.