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Internet is really slow, lose right click features, limited new

I don't know what is going on, but my computer is running ok, not as fast as i would like, but the main issue is the internet. and it's not the connection, i know that b/c i lose the ability to right click sometimes, and i also am limited on the number of new tabs i can open, they just say "connecting" forever. I am running Vista

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R u connecting via wireless.....

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How can i make fast internet in my PC?


What sort of internet do you have ?


The speed of an internet connection is designated by your ISP Internet Service Provider contract if you are having problems with slow internet contact them about upgrading your contract.


Hard Wired Ethernet ADSL2 is much faster than Wireless

When your ISP offers you a 1Mb connection, its MegaBits not MegaBytes.

So for a rough guide of how MUCH you can download, divide by eight. i.e. 1Mb speed = 128KB of data.

So its normal for you to get 1.0-1.10 mbps download speed for the 10MBps connection that

you have


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The CNET Bandwidth Meter tests the speed of your Internet connection against top DSL Cable modem, and other broadband services.


To check your bandwidth, simply click on the download link.


You might have to many programs trying to or accessing your computer or the internet at the same time or a Virus or Malware

Scroll to bottom toolbar (bottom of screen) right click select task manager


applications you will see whats running

If you see anything you dont need running select end now and you might uninstall that specific program if you or computer does not require it to run.


And uninstall some unnecessary programs that could be jamming up your computer


also under processes see what is ticking over in the background again if you see something you don't need to be running select end now and users you will see who is using your computer

http://www.majorgeeks.com/Microsoft_Security_Essentials_for_Windows_d6242.html

microsoft security essentials your operating system must be registered

Win7/Vista/XP 64 bit

http://majorgeeks.com/downloadget.php?id=4281&file=1&evp=dbb3b0aebe6a6a4ff18089a6489a5e62 anti malware free edition Win XP/2003/Vista/Windows7


you might need to add more computer ram

if you're not sure if a module is right for your system use the


Crucial Memory Advisor tool

For a list of guaranteed compatible modules.


When purchasing any ram you should always ask if they can guarantee compatibility and try to purchase working pairs


First you will need to select the manufacturer from a drop down list then select your product line


from a drop down list then select the model then click find it will take you directly to compatible ram also you will have an option to scan your system

hope this helps

Nov 13, 2012 | Symantec Internet Fast Find Full Version...

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HOW TO CONNECT - INVALID IP ADDRESS - 169.254 ..IN VISTA


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Remember 196.254.x.x mostly we call bad ip address in fact this is not a bad ip address, The INTERNET ASSIGNED NUMBER AUTHORITY(IANA) has reserved the private ip address in the range of 169.254.0.0 to 169.254.255.255 for automatic private addressing. So this addresses are not found on internet. That is the reason we cannot go online with this ip addresses normally.

TRY FOLLOWING STEPS

  • Power cycle the system
  • Make the BIOS default
  • Check in Safe Mode with networking it the computer is going online,Try system restore if computer was going online before
  • Release and Renew the IP address
  • Turn off the firewall (Click on start >Type Windows Firewall inthe instant search box>Click on Windows Firewall>Click Off on the Windows Firewall Screen>Click OK>Restartthe computer)
Run Network Diagnostics
Click on Start> Type Network in theinstant search box> Click on Network and Sharing Center> Click on Diagnoseand Repair on the right hand side

Reinstall Network Card
Go to device manager> UnderNetwork Adapters, right click on the network card> Clickon Uninstall> Restartthe computer

Disable any Wireless Card

Go to device manager> Under Network Adapters, right click on the Wireless Card> Click on Disable> Restart the computer

Disable IPV6 ADDRESS

Click on start> Type Network in the instant search box>Click on Network and Sharing Center> Click on Manage Network Connections> Right Click on Local Area Connection> Click on Properties> Uncheck Internet Protocol Version 6 (Ipv6)> Click OK> Restart the computer

RESET WINSOCK AND TCP/IP STACK

Click on run>type cmd>press enter>on the black screen type the following commands.
netsh winsock reset> netsh int ip reset log.txt> Restart the computer

Create a new connection Manually

Click on start> Type Network in the instant search box> Click on Network and Sharing Center> Click on Set up a connection or network> Select Connect to Internet and then click Next> Select No, Create a new connection and click Next> Click on Broadband> Type ISP User name and Password, Type the Connection Name then click on Connect

STILL IT IS NOT GOING ON LINE NEED TO PULL THE COMPUTER TO THE FACTORY DEFAULT SETTING

***(NOTE:- YOU WILL BE LOOSING ALL THE DATA FROM THE HARD DRIVE)

on Sep 30, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How to fix your wireless connection ("limited or no connectivity")


Although these instructions should work with pretty much any version of Windows, I wrote them for a computer that has Windows XP installed on it.

Also, it looks a lot worse than it really is (promise)...
  1. Select all these steps and paste them into Notepad (and/or print them out or something),because you'll need to close your web browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, etc. -- whichever you're using) which will mean these instructions will go also close/go away. You'll also be needing to disconnect any ethernet ("network")cables from your computer (if there are any connected, of course).
  2. Close your browser.
  3. Disconnect any LAN ("network") cables attached directly to your computer.
  4. Click Start.
  5. Click Settings.
  6. Click Control Panel.
  7. Double-click Internet options.
  8. Click the Connections tab at the top.
  9. Towards the bottom, click the button labeled LAN Settings.
  10. Make sure that Automatically detect settings is checked, and that everything else (unless you have an advanced setup) is unchecked.
  11. Click OK.
  12. Click OK again (but leave the Control Panel window open).
  13. Now, click Start (again...).
  14. Click Programs.
  15. Click Accessories.
  16. Click Command Prompt.
  17. In the window that opens, type in ipconfig /release and hit Enter.
  18. Then, type ipconfig /flushdns (again, hit Enter).
  19. Then, type ipconfig /renew (..... Enter).
  20. Give it a minute to see if the "Limited connectivity" thing changes to how it should be (which is without the little yellow exclamation point). If it connects, great! (Glad I could help. Skip to step 25.) If not (which is usually my luck), see the next step.
  21. Go back to the Control Panel window and open Network settings (I think that's what it's labeled...)
  22. Right-click the icon that represents your wireless connection (which should be pretty obvious).
  23. Select Disable & then wait maybe 10 or 20 seconds.
  24. Repeat steps 22 & 23, except instead of Disable, select Enable (in step 23).
  25. (Before I type anymore...) Re-open your browser & see if it works. If not, let me know. :)
Actually, let me know either way (if possible) -- if not, no worries. :)

Hope that helps... Good luck!

on Feb 25, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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When I go to facebook it always goes to https not http. How do i change this


How do you enable HTTPS? First, you go to "Account" on the upper right of your screen, and select "Account Settings." From there, you go down to "Account Security" and click "Change," which will allow you to enable HTTPS browsing. It will also let you receive an email when a new computer or device logs into your account, if you so choose.Facebook's second security update is an authorization feature--"social authentication"-- that will activate if suspicious activity occurs on your account (logins in Beijing and Berlin one hour apart, for example) and is intended to verify that your account belongs to you and has not been compromised.Facebook will test your identity by asking you to identify pictures of your friends, in a personalized update of more familiar CAPTCHA technology. "We will show you a few pictures of your friends and ask you to name the person in those photos. Hackers halfway across the world might know your password, but they don't know who your

Oct 11, 2011 | Microsoft Internet Explorer 7

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Google Chrome operating very slow recently and I don't know why. I have cleared cache and deleted cookies and then rebooted. Is there an upgrade I need to install?


Click the wrench in the top-right corner and click "About Google Chrome" This will automatically check for updates. If everything's up to date and it's still running slow, you may want to try reinstalling. If that doesn't work, then maybe it's a problem with your Internet bandwidth. You could try an alternative like Mozilla Firefox to determine if the problem is Chrome or your connection. I hope this helps!

Aug 26, 2011 | Google Chrome

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How do i empty cach.


spacer.gif spacer.gif spacer.gif spacer.gif A full browser cache can slow down your surfing experience. When the cache is full, the browser has to search for the oldest cache segment and delete it before writing the new segment. Since all browsers cache pages as they go, it's easy to see how a full cache can lead to problems. It's a good idea to get in the habit of emptying your cache on a regular basis, generally after you finish your web surfing for the day. To empty the cache in Microsoft's Internet Explorer, follow these steps:
Open Internet Explorer (you don't have to be online) and click on tools/internet options.
Under Temporary Internet Files, click on delete files.

ip.jpgClick ok to the prompt that comes up.
That's it!

Jul 15, 2011 | Microsoft Internet Explorer 7

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I was just wondering why internet explorer 9 takes around 700,000kb of memory to run when i only have the facebook page open. internet explorer 9 used to take around a maximum of maybie 80,000 kb which was...


1. You might have a lot of Internet Explorer Addons
2. To correct this problem you have to pull up internet explorer
3. Hold Alt-T to pull up Tools menu
4. Click Manage Addons
5. Just disable Addons that you think that is not important



Hope this helps

May 30, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Internet explorer is very slow it is giving an error with a lot of oooooooo tks antoine


internet explorer does encounter problems like that every once in a while. i find the best browsers to avoid it are firefox and google chrome which you can download for free here http://www.google.com/chrome/intl/en/make/download.html?brand=CHKZ http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/new/

May 25, 2011 | Microsoft Internet Explorer 8

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Firefox is slow to open and getting a lot of error messages saying websites are not a valid url.


Here are some steps follow it to resolve your issue:
1. Uninstall the latest buggy Skype plug-in: If you are experiencing that Facebook, GMail or Google Reader are really crawling and you’ve recently updated Skype to version 4.1 and installed the Skype plug-in for Firefox, try uninstalling the Skype plug-in, but leave the main Skype program installed. That should help. Hopefully, Skype will update this plug-in soon because, reading the tweets on slow firefox, it’s certainly responsible for driving a number of people away to other browsers, particularly Chrome.
2. Check how much memory Firefox is using: Bring up Windows Task Manager with Ctrl-Alt-Del in Windows XP or Crtl-Alt-Esc in Vista and go to the Processes tab. Look for the process called firefox.exe and check the memory usage: for example, 230,000K is 230MB. Try cutting back on the number of tabs you have open and uninstall any plug-ins you really don’t need and see if this brings down memory usage. If you’re anything like me, you’ll have installed plug-ins which seemed a good idea at the time but which you now rarely, if ever use. Uninstall them.
3. Do some maintenance: Use a program like CCleaner (for Windows) or BleachBit (for Windows or Linux) to clear your browser temporary files, internet cache and browser history regularly.
4. Modify the Firefox config file: Here’s some tweaks which involve modifying the config file for Firefox. I’d heard some of these a while ago on the Mike Tech Show podcast, also at Life Rocks 2.0. It’s not difficult to edit the config file. Just type about:config in the Firefox address bar and press enter. Then type network.http in the filter field. This will filter the list down to only those with network.http in the name. Now make the following changes:
  • Double click on ‘network.http.pipelining’ and set the value to true (double clicking toggles the value between true and false).
  • Double click on network.http.pipelining.maxrequests’ and in the dialog box enter a value higher than the default value 4. According to Mozillazine, the maximum you can use is 8.
  • Double click on ‘network.http.proxy.pipelining’ and set the value to true.
  • Again in the filter field enter ‘browser.sessionstore.interval‘ (without the quotes), double click on the entry and change the value from 10000 (10 secs) to 120000 (2 minutes). This adjusts how frequently Firefox creates session restore save points. Firefox will now take a snapshot of your browsing session every 2 minutes instead of every 10 seconds.
  • Right click on the page and select New->Integer. Enter the name nglayout.initialpaint.delay and then click ok. Set the integer value of this to 0 and click ok.
You can find additional great config file tweaks at Technically Personal.
5. Disable Firebug: If you’re using Firebug, it can slow Firefox to a crawl.
6. Optimize Firefox’s SQL database: Firefox uses SQLite databases to store lots of its settings. With time, the databases grow and Firefox slows down. Use either Vacuum Places Improved, a Firefox add-on, or SpeedyFox, a stand-alone app to compact these databases without losing any data. I prefer SpeedyFox as I like to keep the number of Firefox add-ons to a minimum. Only works in Windows at the moment though. Thanks again to Life Rocks 2.0 for this tip. I also use the portable version which doesn’t modify the Windows registry.
7. If you’re still not happy with Firefox, there’s a terrific Firefox Troubleshooting Guide over on MakeUseOf.com. And have a look at this post at Dedoimedo for more suggestions.
8. And if you’re still not happy, try Google Chrome – it’s a worthy alternative to Firefox.

Oct 15, 2009 | Mozilla Firefox

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Performance problems/slowdown wtih Internet Explorer 8?!?


Hi,
IE8 runs slightly slower than IE7 due to the fact that it has more built-in security features and additional features. Also, some antivirus softwares and too much unused / accumulated data in the form of temporary internet files and cookies in your PC slow-down the browsing experience.

To clean up temporary internet files, click on the Tools button on the IE toolbar, select Internet Options from the menu which comes up. Then on the General page, under Browsing History section click on Delete button. Then you can select the items which you want to delete, then click on Delete> click on OK.

You can also try Google Chrome browser which is one of the fastest browser. Download link: http://www.google.com/chrome

Hope this solves your problem. Thanks.

Jul 18, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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