Question about Computers & Internet
If its only the browser that froze (e.g. Firefox, IE, Chrome, etc.) then you can try refreshing the page by clicking the refresh button or f5. If that doesn't work, then try closing the browser, restarting it, and then navigating back to Facebook.
If the whole computer froze, you can try ctrl-alt-del on Windows, apple key-option-esc for mac, and ctrl-esc on linux to try to kill any locked up programs, or just do a hard reboot of the computer itself.
Hope this helps!
Posted on May 25, 2011
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