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Internet Explorer 7 very slow


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Morpheus

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i have internet explorer 7 and its VERY slow, and then when i downloaded firefox 2 everything went back to being fast like it was when i had ie6.

does anyone know why ie7 is actin up for me?
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Is there anything particular in IE7 that is slow?

~Matt :whistling:
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Yes, everything loads VERY slow.. my internet connection speed is perfectly fine, its just everythin loads slowly on IE7
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MS products, especially IEx7 and its ilk are slow to load...they are dragging along a ton of anti-malware security codes...stay with Firefox, or my favourite, Netscape [which was used for Firefox]...which opts to both Firefox or IEx when necessary...but rarely...
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yea im usin firefox right now until i can figure out whats wrong with my ie7 and why its lagging like it didnt use to
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Check the usual culprits...too many anti-malware progs, firewalls, etc.. Oh, and cookies...sometimes a page won't load until cookies are o.k.-ed...but that is a matter between you and your maker :whistling:
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Try these suggestions. Especially the intermediate ones. They really help. http://computercleanup.blogspot.com/
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I have XP and upgraded to IE7 yesterday...now I keep getting an error that my program is not responding and has to shut down. This has happened every time after a few minutes of being online. Any suggestions for a fix or do I uninstall 7?

kuch
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