We have a few users using Twitter to market our company, and they are using IE8. Some times, but not always, when they are writing new tweets or replying to current ones, IE8 hangs, and they cannot type any more, or do anything with IE. And they have to force it to close. If they let be be for a while they get the error message detailed in this MS article...
I've tried doing what they say there and just provide a pretty much infinite timout. Doing this stops the error from appearing but it sill hangs. However, now, if they leave IE for long enough it does eventually start working again, and they can continue writing their tweet.
Do I need to change IE policy to be less strict?
But thing is, even when they can write a tweet without it hanging, their keystrokes do take about a second to sppear on screen. So something definitely isn't right.