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Usually it is caused by a failing extension or an add-on to your internet explorer. Sometimes, it is caused by the settings as well that some websites tries to add on your internet explorer. you can either reset the entire internet explorer or just put the default settings back. here's what you need to do: -open your internet explorer -click on tools -select internet options -go to the advance tab -select whether you want to reset default settings or reset the entire IE. (I suggest trying the reset default settings first because resetting the IE will delete your favorites / bookmarks as well). -re open IE and see the changes
hope this helps.

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