Nov 9, 2008

Improving browsing performance for Internet Explorer.

You can improve Internet Explorer's browsing performance by disabling graphics, sound, music, video, and other multimedia files. This will allow you to browse faster and more efficiently if you are just interested in getting text. To do this:




  • Click Options from the View menu.


  • Click the General tab (it should be the default tab).


  • Now you can deselect the options you don’t want to have from the Multimedia section. This way you can speed up your browser performance.

Another option is to disable ActiveX controls and plug-ins. To do this:




  • Click on the Security tab.


  • Deselect the options you want here (preferably all 4).


  • Click OK to save your settings.

You can improve Internet Explorer's browsing performance by disabling graphics, sound, music, video, and other multimedia files. This will allow you to browse faster and more efficiently if you are just interested in getting text. To do this:




  • Click Options from the View menu.


  • Click the General tab (it should be the default tab).


  • Now you can deselect the options you don’t want to have from the Multimedia section. This way you can speed up your browser performance.

Another option is to disable ActiveX controls and plug-ins. To do this:




  • Click on the Security tab.


  • Deselect the options you want here (preferably all 4).


  • Click OK to save your settings.