Really slow Internet Explorer.

  r0zvad 22:48 26 Oct 2003
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For some time now i have been having the same problems as someone in this month's issue of Pc Advisor. The problem is with Internet Explorer. On big websites or forums for example it's just really slow when scrolling or clicking in links. I have got Spybot Search & Destroy and it hasn't found any BHO's. I'm running IE6.

Any help would be appreciated.

  woodchip 22:51 26 Oct 2003

Try Netscape or Opera

  powerless 23:00 26 Oct 2003

Repair IE.

XP click here

98 etc click here same applies to version 6.

  r0zvad 23:12 26 Oct 2003

Thanks for the responses!

I tried the repair IE method but unfortunately it didn't work, although it does seem slightly better.

I would appreciate any more help, thanks.

  WebGuy 23:20 26 Oct 2003

"Go" buttun. Bring it back. I had the same problem.

  r0zvad 23:23 26 Oct 2003

I don't quite understand what you mean by that WebGuy. My "Go" button is present in my browser.

Also, when i'm typing in IE it sort of lags, like when i type a letter it is delayed. This is probably associated with my browser troubles :(

Cheers for the replies!

  WebGuy 23:30 26 Oct 2003

Oh, I'm sorry. I thought many users do not have a "Go" button (because you can just press "Enter" and there you go...) When you downloading pages IE inspecting all items (and "Go" button) I resolved my problem. I don't know about yours... Or I didn't have a problem like your...

  DerekR 00:22 27 Oct 2003

The software said "requires Internet Explorer 5.5 or better" - so I installed Mozilla.

  Stuartli 08:48 27 Oct 2003

Is Tiscali your ISP?

At present it provides some really disappointing connections speeds; normally it's 49.2kbps but today and in recent days it's been down to 33.6kbps.

My other ISP, Pipex, delivers 50.7kbps consistently.

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