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Step 1: Stop Web History on Internet Explorer b> Every time you visit a website, the web address, date and time of your visit is recorded in your Web browser history. The length of time this information is saved varies depending on what browser is used. If privacy is a concern, popular browsers such as Firefox and Internet Explorer offer enhanced privacy features that allow you to prevent your browser history from being stored.
Update your Web browser to the latest version of the product. Browser updates often include important security patches. Automatically clear your browser history each time you exit. In Firefox, this option is located under "Tools" and "Options." Select the "Privacy" tab and check the box marked "Always clear my private data when I close Firefox." If you're using Internet Explorer, click on "Tools" and "Internet Options" and check "Delete browsing history on exit." Use private browsing if your browser supports it. Private browsing prevents your browser from storing any information about your browsing history, including cookies, temporary Internet files and history. Pressing CTRL+Shift+P on your keyboard will activate private browsing mode in both Firefox and Internet Explorer. It can also be accessed in Firefox by clicking "Tools" and selecting "Start Private Browsing," and in Internet Explorer by clicking "Safety" and selecting "InPrivate Browsing." Private browsing must be activated each time you open your browser.
This happened to me too, but it is SUPER easy to fix and really fast also. So it says "this application is not yet support my HTTPS' it means that you need to turn off your Secure Browsing. Secure browsing protects your Facebook account from anyone trying to hack into it, but to be honest it doesn't really do anything. It's just an application. To turn off your Secure Browsing you click the arrow by Home on Facebook right next to your name. After this you click on Account Settings and then look at the left hand column and click on Security. Go to Secure Browsingafter you have clicked on Security. Then hit "Edit". Then take the arrow off of "Browse Facebook on secure connection." Then click "Save" and go to Miniplanet.
It is possible that you enabled
Secure Browsing (https) on your account. Many games do not allow you to have the https connection. To turn this off you could click on Account, then Account Settings at the top right. When that page loads there are several options. Towards the bottom is Account Security. Click Change. Uncheck Secure Browsing (https)Browse Facebook on a secure connection (https) whenever possible
Click Save and try again. When you are done playing your games if you are still concerned about your security you can repeat this process and then check that box and save when you are finished gaming.
Sounds like you are having problems with your Internet connection speed.You could try some of these tips..
Click Start > Control Panel > Network and Internet Connections. Select "Internet Options." Under Check for newer versions of stored pages, click "Automatically." Under browsing history, click "Settings." If you're using dial-up, set the number under Disk Space to Use to between 250 and 1024 megabytes (MB). If you're using a DSL or cable connection, set it between 50 and 75 MB. Click "OK."
Select "Delete" under Browsing history. Click "Delete files..." under Temporary Internet Files to clear your browser cache. Click "Delete cookies..." to remove all cookies from your hard drive.
Disable any browser add-ons you don't need. In Internet Options, click "Programs." Click "Add-ons currently loaded in Internet Explorer." Select the name of the add-on you don't want to load, and select "Disable" under Settings at the bottom of the dialogue box. Avoid deleting ActiveX controls as this will most likely cause the browser to prompt you each time you encounter content on the web, such as Flash animations, that use that control.
Switch to a faster browser. While Internet Explorer is the most popular browser, it often causes pages to load slowly. Download a free browser such as Firefox, Opera or Chrome to get a quick speed boost to your browsing.
Disable images in your browser. To disable images in Internet Explorer, open Internet Options and click the "Advanced" tab. Scroll down to "Multimedia" and uncheck "Show Pictures." To disable them in Firefox, click Tools > Options in your browser window and select "Content." Uncheck the box beside "Load images automatically." To disable images in Opera, open the arrow beside the camera icon at the bottom of your browser, and select "No images." To browse with Google Chrome without images, right click on the Chrome shortcut and place the switch "-disable-images" without quotes after the last quotation mark in the path of the file.
Disable active content if you're still experiencing a problem with your browsing speed. Return to the "Advanced" tab in Internet Options. Uncheck the boxes beside "Play animations in webpages" and "Play sounds in webpages."
The cause of your problem is simple: your "cache"
memory & "temporary internet files" are nearly full.
This is especially true if you've been watching lots
of videos or playing a lot of games/music.
If you are experiencing either: A) slugglish loading
and buffering, B) "choppy" videos which frequently
start/stop/start/stop, C) the YouTube dotted circle
looking like it might spin for ever, or D) videos that
will sometimes come to a sudden "stop" or freeze,
that is often a sign that your cache/memory is full
and cannot take anymore.
Exit out of YouTube (but not your browser) and do
one of the steps below. Afterwards, shutdown and
reboot. Not only will this "free up" your computer's
memory, everything will be "fresh", and load faster:
Internet Explorer 6:
→ Tools → Internet Options
→ Delete Cookies → OK
→ Delete Files → OK
→ Clear History → Yes
Internet Explorer 7:
→ Tools → Internet Options → Delete...
→ Delete files → Yes
→ Delete cookies → OK
→ Delete history → OK
→ Close (browsing history window)
Internet Explorer 8:
→ Tools → Delete Browsing History
[. ] Preserve Favorites (leave blank)
[x] Temporary Internet files
Mozilla Firefox 3:
→ Tools → Clear Private Data
[x] Browsing History
[x] Download History
[x] Saved Form and Search History
→ Clear Private Data Now Google Chrome:
→ Tools (wrench) → Clear browsing data...
[x] Clear browsing history
[x] Clear download history
[x] Empty the cache
[x] Delete cookies
Clear data from this period: → Everything
→ Clear Browsing Data
ok....the only thing u can do to speed up ur browsing is to stop ur browser from loading images, when it loads a page. that should make ur web experience bland but, super quick. web speeds have also got a lot to do with the connectivity. solved.