08-25-2019 04:45 PM
08-25-2019 04:45 PM
I have noticed previously that for some ironic reasons, most Chromium based browsers struggle when it comes to opening YouTube videos in full screen. Yandex Browser takes a second, Vivaldi about a second and a half, with Edge, however YouTube transition to full screen can take over 2 seconds. I wanted to know what is everyones experience in that, because so far Firefox has provided smoothest YouTube Experience.
08-25-2019 08:20 PM
Well, since you asked... when I use YT Full screen in Edge it is & has been just fine including, quick to transition. Having read your note I did it w/ Edge C (again, have before) paying particular attention to speed of the transition & smoothness of playing et al. Absolutely terrific & nothing to fault, at all; too quick to time it. Certainly, no "struggle" whatsoever. I cannot compare to FF as I don't use of care for FF. But, the performance I am experiencing, couldn't ask for better.
08-26-2019 12:09 AM
08-26-2019 12:47 AM
Hi again Valeri,
Just to repeat I, for one, have the transition to Full screen fast enough to call it instant, a wait to short to time it. Performance is nice & smooth and there is no in-between stuff happening in any corners.
I would, also, like to take the opportunity to detail the Edge C Channels for you:
Beta - Updates (receives additions & changes) every 6 wks. Stays 'as is' in-between. Expect this one to be the most problem-free.
Dev - Updates wkly. MAY have some issues. Will have things to test/try before (they reach) Beta.
Canary - Updates DAILY. Sees new additions & or changes 1st. Most likely have issues, flaws or breakages.
08-28-2019 03:14 PM - edited 08-28-2019 03:20 PM
Actually, yes! Behaviour is similar, it ain't perfect in Chrome stable either, the only one getting it near perfect is Firefox :) Sorry! I know ill get called bad words probably. :D If you need tech specs or data, let me know how to send it. Or if you could teach me how to make a screen-recording, would be awesome. :) Speaking of which, how come there is no tool to record the screen in Win 10, besides W+G combination which works properly only for games.