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All video viewing on computer constantly stop/start

Regardless of what is viewed even the local videos on news items refuse to play from start to finish. I have to constantly click the video to resume the play which seems to take an extremely long time before it resumes play. Such a frustrating & time consuming effort to play even the simplest things. This problem takes away the interest in the viewed article. How can I get something to play right through without this stop & start process? Any advice appreciated.

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