Make Sure your system is free from virus, trojans or spyware or adware, they slow down the system as well as consumed Internet bandwidth too.Scan your PC with a Good Antivirus but I recommend you to use any Internet security suite.
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Re: WEB PAGES AND DOWNLOADS ARE VERY SLOW.
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There is a lot of things that slow your computer's internet connection. You have to keep your computer optimized, such as cleaning your web browser's cache files and your hard drive could be needing maintenance. Run a few ISP speed tests, Speakeasy,Comcast, are just a few. If you are a wireless connection download this freeware program which can help you find a better connection, Go to http://www.techspot.com/downloads/5936-inssider.html , PS check your internet provider to see how fast a connection your paying for.
Go to the education.ti.com web site and download the TI Connect software. Install it on your computer. If you need the manual download it also. As to pages becoming unresponsive, it may be due to many causes: web browser, site busy, configuration of the computer, too may applications opened.
There's something wrong with your Web site, but you don't know what. You've created a Web site and you want people to visit and read it, but for some reason no one's showing up. What could be wrong? Here are some common issues you might have with your Web site without even realizing it.
No One Can Find Your Web Site - They're looking for a Web site just like yours. They go to the search engine and type in their keywords but your Web site is nowhere to be found.
Your Web Pages Are Lost - They finally found your Web site and are looking for a specific Web page but try as they might, they can't find it.
Web Pages Load Slow or Incorrectly - The reader found the Web page he wanted but it took forever to load or things are jumping around on the page while loading. Worse yet, the Web page loaded but it didn't load right.
Text Too Large, Too Small - You want it to be just right. If the text is too small users with a high screen resolution, or bad eyesight, will have trouble reading it. If the text is too large people will have to scroll to read it. Use the Right Size
Requiring Downloads - You added music or some other program to your Web site and it requires your readers to download software in order to view it but they don't have the software and don't want it. Use Software with Care
Bad Spelling or Grammar - Your reader is reading your Web pages and notices that you're not a good speller or you often leave words out or your grame is just bad. Spelling and Grammar Fixes
Internet Explorer 8 is part of Windows 7 and can be re-activated using the steps indicated in that page. Try them to see if them can help you solve your problem
Microsoft had just released Internet Explorer 9, with some new features, like a minimalist look browser interface, download manager, add-on manager and allowing the use of video card GPUs to accelerate the image, video and audio processing when loading the web pages to make the loading process much faster. If you want to try it, you can download it from
Is it running slow on both wired and wireless connections? how about if a PC is wired directly to the modem? That will eliminate the router as the issue (slow internet could be your modem or the connection itself).
If you're sure it's the router (wireless and wired) then upgrading the firmware would be first step. You can download the latest firmware from linksys.com and get it installed via the web interface of the router (probably found by going to http://192.168.1.1).
If a firmware update doesn't do it you can change your DNS servers from being automatically detected from your ISP to public ones. This may help web pages load faster. You can enter them also using the web interface. Set the Primary and Secondary DNS address to the numbers below (they are from OpenDNS.com).
Dialup phone lines usually only transmit a minimum of 8 Baud. NetZero's high speed (5X) faster is done by caching pages you have already visited, not actially running internet but loading pages faster on your computer. Check your modem setting, 56k, 112K are normal speed setting to connect. Check your actual connection speed, 28.8 is probably all that you are getting on dialup.
Normal Web pages can be viewed, but
secure Web pages, like shopping pages or pages that deal with personal
information, cannot be viewed. Use the following steps to reset SSL
encryption so that secure pages can once again be viewed:
Open Internet Explorer and click
, and then click the
, and then click the
tab and scroll to the Security Options section.
Use SSL 2.0
Use SSL 3.0
if they are not already selected.
Clear SSL State
button, and then click
should now be able to view secure Web sites if you had to make any
selection. Browse to a secure Web page to make sure. If you still
cannot access the page, use the remaining steps to resolve the problem.
If you are using IE 7, temporarily disable the built-in phishing filter, using the following steps:
Open IE 7.
, and then select
Turn Off Automatic Website Checking
Go to the Website and try again.
With the phishing filter off you must know and trust the website that
you are trying to view. Do not enter any personal information into a
Web form unless you can verify the site is reputable.
After you have visited the site, re-enable the phishing filter.
In Windows XP, use the following steps to register the device libraries associated with Internet security:
into the open field.
Enter each of the following items in the command window, clicking
after each name has been entered: