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Hey guys, i recently had a virus, so had most my programs reset including internet explorer (I got rid of the virus) . Some of the pages wouldn't load java etc so had to go into internet options to enable and disable some things to get it working. But. I think i might have ticked the wrong things but don't know which because a couple things happen which never before.

#1 If i go on google, and type in something and press search. It will only load the first 2 searches, and the page finishes loading, without showing the rest of the results. Untill i click a link then the rest of the results show up.

#2 Another thing aswell, before everything got reset, my webpages loaded in less than a second everytime, but now it takes a while to load each page. I just think i might of triggered off something which checks the page is safe everytime a new page opens or something so takes longer to load. Not sure, but just takes longer to load than usual.

So really i just want to know how to stop them 2 things, hope you can help!! Please :)

p.s - it is internet explorer 8 beta ( version 8.0.6001.18241 )
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Beta software will have kinks like these that should be solved in the final release so the best thing to do is uninstall the beta.
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