This week, after loading yet another Microsoft patch as well as upgrades from Google, I had major problems loading web pages and my Outlook was brutally slow. Now I know why.
According to Microsoft, Google has delivered an upgrade that nobble the search capabilities of Outlook.
According to the Wall Street Journal ,Google acknowledged that the issue is caused with its new Apps Sync software, which synchronises data between Google’s email and calendar service and Outlook.
But Google said it only affects Microsoft’s separate desktop search software, which Google said it is working to support.
My problem also extended into the loading of pages inside the Microsoft Internet Explorer browser.
Google introduced Apps Sync last week. The software is designed to allow people to keep using Outlook on their PCs while storing their data with Google rather than using Microsoft’s Exchange Server software.