Yeah, well, there are also "Start Page" settings under Settings -> Browser -> Start Page...
True but when I talk about the Settings page I usually say just 'Settings' or sometimes 'Settings Page'. 'Start Page Settings' will always mean the one accessed from Start Page itself.
+1, version 43.0.2412.0 and previous one.
This has sth to do with GPU process, as after this message it crashes/is restarted. After this restart it takes only 20-25MB of RAM.
Further problem - after displaying "oom" message currently opened windows are unusable. Pages are not rendered. Links can be clicked, but the only thing visible is white screen and sometimes some visual distortions. As I have like 12 windows with various amount of tabs in them, the only thing to do is either restart or kill all the processes and re-open needed cards in new window.
It happens on ALL pages. Mileage varies. after killing processes for older cards, refreshing 5 tabs and starting from that point gave me ~2hours of browsing. Allowing all the cards to reload - max 15-30mins.
Black, if one backs that up automatically and will still use synchronising, it can happen some backups would be overwritten the same way as here in question.
Just to be clear.
Indeed, if I understand you correctly. However, the backup file itself would still preserve the data that was current at it's creation/update date, so it could still be re-restored. As such, a backup represents only a source for getting a particular system's data/settings safely 'back home' to the date of the backup file. But, of course, it would require the user to make sure 'sync' was shut off for that system to prevent the restored data from being over-written by a faulty sync record, until the sync record base could be correctly updated from the restored system and until one could make sure the entire sync system was operating correctly.
My comment was intended only to suggest a data backup mechanism always be kept in place and reasonably current for 'getting home', and wasn't intended as an analysis for what went wrong (or may remain wrong) with the sync process itself. The harsh life-reality is that something will almost always eventually go wrong with syncing systems, and it is wise to never consider sync or its other netted computers as a kind of backup scheme in case data gets lost on one of the netted systems. Syncing, by its inherent nature, can automatically propagate an individual system's data loss to every one of the netted systems, if either the user or the sync system makes a miscue.
Where do I find bookmarks manager?
Menu > Bookmarks > Show all bookmarks or Ctrl + Shift + B.
In the "other speed dials" folder on my laptop, I wasn't able to drag the folder into the main speed dial folder, so I dragged each website into the "speed dial" folder.
Yes, this is what you should do.
The sites moved ok and now show in my laptop start page but no longer show in my desktop speed dial start page
Ah, because you moved them instead of just copy them.
How can this be corrected so the same speed dial sites show on my laptop and desktop at the same time?
Copy the entries into the "Speed Dial' folder instead of moving them.