My Windows 7 OS running Firefox has crashed 3 times when trying to access the Model 3 vehicle features from today's Tesla email. There were no such problems with Windows 10 or Android systems.
Try chrome. Running Windows 7 no problems.
Runs fine for me from IE 11, Chrome 61.0.3163.100 and Firefox 56.0 under Windows 7. I assume you're talking about the Model 3 Reservations FAQ from the email.
You may have some extension that is causing problems or an older version of Firefox.
It's 2017 and Windows 10 is free. Get with the program. Also, Firefox is garbage and should be uninstalled
Hi. My name is Bob and I’m a windows survivor. Now I’m iOS.
Get a MAC
Gosh your computer is probably full of viruses, trojans, mall-ware and spyware, so it has no resources left for you to utilize. I would reinstall OS from scratch and do not browse internet until all security patches are installed.
You really shouldn't be checking Tesla website while driving. I don't think you can blame their site for causing the crash.
Oh wait you mean your computer is crashing not your car never mind carry on.
Works on Mac OS High Sierra OS 10.13 with Safari Version 11.0. :-/
This is not really a Model 3 forum topic.
It would be nice if the title of the thread were edited to point out the 'crashes' have to do with your desktop computer system -- not the Model 3 at all.
I've been using Linux on my computers (Ubuntu/PinguyOS) since 2009 and Android for mobile devices since 2011. Chrome has been awesome for web browsing.