Monday, July 29, 2013

How To Resolve Issues With Internet Explorer

Internet Explorer is one among the most commonly used web browsers around the globe. Even though it is a stable application, you might still encounter Internet Explorer problems under various circumstances. However, the good thing is that you can easily deal with these issues by following few troubleshooting steps. Through this article, I am going to elaborate the steps that you need to undertake to get the maximum out of your Internet Explorer.

Configure your hardware acceleration settings

If you are using a new version of Internet Explorer on an older computer, and experiencing regular freezing issues, your computer hardware might be pushing too hard. In this case, you need to change the hardware acceleration settings. To do the same, double click on the “My Computer” icon located on your desktop, select the option which says “Control Panel”, select the option “Display” and go to the tab titled “Settings”. Select the option which says “Advanced” and go to the tab labeled “Performance”. Use the “Hardware Acceleration” slide bar to reduce the respective settings.

 Debugging Internet Explorer errors 

A runtime error is one of the most commonly encountered errors in Internet Explorer. To fix this error, you need to click on the option which says “Tools” from the main menu of Internet Explorer. Select the option “Internet Options” from the tools menu. Go to the tab titled “Advanced”. Locate and enable the option which says “Disable Script Debugging”. Doing this will allow the Internet Explorer program to execute the debugging process without closing the browser. Remember to disable the option labeled “Disable a Notification about every script error”.

Dealing with slow performance

If there is no problem with the working of your Internet Explorer but you are having a feeling that it is running a bit slow, then you need to perform the following instructions.

  • Open your internet Explorer window on the monitor.
  • Click on the option which says “Tools” from the main menu.
  • Select the “Internet Options” from the given menu.
  • Choose the option labeled “Delete” located under the browsing history section. This will clear all cache, cookies, and temp internet files from your system memory.

Doing this will speed up the performance of your Internet Explorer.
So those were some tips to handle Internet Explorer problems. Contact tech support team for further assistance. 

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