For information about my system (at time of writing) see this post: viewtopic.php?p=843564
I have problems (on the Raspberry Pi) very rarely, but when I do, they are BIG problems. Like this one. That's why I'm WRITING THIS ON A SMARTPHONE.
This morning (UTC) I turned on my Raspberry Pi B+ and waited for it to boot. Suddenly I realised I hadn't turned the screen on. I turned it on, but because the Raspberry Pi hadn't been able to detect the screen resolution when it turned on, it was set to 480. I panicked, and turned the Raspberry Pi's power off before it had finished booting. I waited a few seconds, and then powered it back on. The screen resolution was ok, but as it was loading the fake hwclock, I noticed it said the time was set in the future, so it changed it back to normal. I logged in, and opened LXDE (startx). Everything worked OK, until I opened the Epiphany Web Browser (I had installed it manually a few months back). None of the pages would load!!!! And the amount of time the Pi was at max. CPU after opening the browser was much less... I tried Midori. Same problem, although the CPU usage was normal. The screenshots (photos ) explain the rest.
An interesting note is that I had to reboot 3 times to get the pages to load at all.
The Pi Store works as well, so it seems as if only the Web Browsers have a problem...
Does anybody know how to fix this, or do I have to reinstall Raspbian? I use the Raspberry Pi as my main computer (Edit 11/03/2016: Not anymore. I have given up on worrying about Windows Updates, and when any (inevitably ) come my way, I just quickly install them, before I have time to worry about what could go wrong. I am never gonna get round to switching that laptop to Linux. I like using both Lin. and Win., so I think I should really just leave it as it is.), and really need to find a solution to this problem.