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It takes a long time to load pages, to boot up and even after entering a page, I get the message " internet explorer not responding"
If internet explore stops responding on a regular basis
install the latest updates
Windows Update provides free updates for Windows operating system software and hardware, including updates for Internet Explorer. To ensure you're getting all updates for Internet Explorer that might address the problem, make sure your Windows Update settings include recommended as well as important updates.
run anti spyware and scan regularly
update antivirus software with Windows Defender, or you can use a different antispyware program. Malwarebytes has particularly aided me in finding items known as PUPS (potentially unwanted Programs) Use the free version (manual) If you choose to download it so's not to cause conflicts with other antivirus programs. Do not Run two antivirus programs at the same time because two running in automatic mode will conflict and cause problems . have one of the set to manual.
check for suspicious internet explorer addons
Add-ons, also known as ActiveX controls, browser extensions, browser helper objects, or toolbars, can improve your experience on a website by providing multimedia or interactive content, such as high-quality animations. However, some add-ons can cause your computer to stop responding or display content that you don't want, such as pop-up ads.
delete temporary internet files
Internet Explorer might stop responding because it's trying to access a corrupted file stored in the temporary storage location. The types of files that can cause problems include temporary Internet files, cookies, and history files. Because it's difficult to tell which file is causing the problem, you will need to delete all files from your temporary storage location.
Posted on Mar 24, 2014
Slow web pages could be the result of dns server timeouts. Your router is probably getting the dns servers from your Internet provider. (Logging on to the router should tell you the routers dns server IP address).
The PC's could be getting their dns server IP address either from your Server or the 2700HGV router. Disconnecting your server from the network and connecting a PC to the router should test this premise.
Take your server out of equation and see if Internet access and webpages speeds up. later test your speed here ScanMySpeed.com
Posted on Mar 24, 2014
I think there is the problem with internet explorer. please update it and try again or uninstall and try to install again
Posted on Mar 24, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Most probably It is a virus. Try Running a virus scan with an anti-virus. The Best way to that would be to do it by starting your computer in safe-mode(Keep pressing the F8 key while the PC is booting)
An Additional tip: Start Using Mozilla Firefox browser (latest version 3.0). It is faster, safer, crash free & has many more additional features the Internet Explorer.
Posted on Jul 15, 2008
SOURCE: Slow loading of internet pages
Empty your Safari and WebKit caches and trash your preferences file. If you don't know how, download a utlity like MainMenu or IceClean. Final step might be downloading a fresh copy of Safari.
You don't mention your connection speed.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
Ok...from the above comments..if it problem still persists...would suggest uninstall IE 7 and install the default IE 6 along with the WIN XP..hope the machine also has good specifications....should work fine...From above comments.....antivirus, applications tend to slow down the machine...try to upgrade if possible..RAM etc..paging////
If found Ok..then agin try and upgrade with IE7
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
SOURCE: internet explorer 8
Hello: here is my advice : Just go to www.microsoft.com and download internet explorer again
and install it , then reboot your system . I'm sure that this will
solve the problem . any way , why don't you try other internet
communication softwares like ( firefox or google chrome) those both are
great also . I advice you to have more than one internet communication
software . I already have three just in case if one of them is
corrupted . I have ( Internet explorer and firefox and google chrome )
. just try the idea and you'll be satisfied with the result .
If that didn't help then try to check system for errors . such as registry errors .
good luck .
rate if useful please !
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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