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Internet explorer is very slow

I have a reliance wireless data card connection and i am using windows vesta home
the internet web pages opens very slowly
can u hel me

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Hi,
data card doesn't give you speed like broadband like speed. it connects you only at a speed of about 144 kbps. For a faster browsing... you can try browsers like firefox(realtively faster than Internet explorer) and opera (where you can disable images or set it to show cached images only ) . browsing will be comparitively faster.

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