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Open and closing internet explorer

What will i do, if i will open internet explorer it takes long.
and when i close it many error boxes comes up.
why should it happen? whats wrong with the system, and what will be best action i can make it to stop this problem?

Thank you!
Best regards to all!

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Hello venuspsgurl,

first you have to tell what is error message when you close your internet explorer(IE).

or

try to upgrade your internet explorer from version 6 to 7.

or install mozilla explorer insteed because it is very very reliable, no bugs here, virus at mozilla are helpless, no spyware can work. mst important thing mozilla provide good secruity without any more time.

hope this would solve your problem

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