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Using a dell laptop- imspiron 15; series 3000 with windows 8.1 64 bit.

 

Using I E  11.0 and when I click on a link to get to a new site or do a search then go their explorer shuts down on me; then I have to wait till it

restarts so whats that all about and more important how do I fix it ?

 

I tried restore and I re set  explorer and nothing helped ; the never ending restarts are driving me crazy so how do I repair this ?

 

Need some help - thanks


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Hello fixitnow :welcome: ,

 

I suggest you to follow the steps given here.


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Ok I just checked it was easy and dang it I don t have internet explorer 11.0 on the list so what now : (


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You may have a bad plug-in that is killing Internet Explorer. You can "reset" Internet Explorer as follows:

  1. Open "Control Panel"
  2. In the search box, type "internet" (without quotes)
  3. Click "Internet Options"
  4. Click the "Advanced" tab
  5. Click "Reset..."

The above procedure will unload all extensions, BHO's, plugins, etc that may be crashing Internet Explorer. It will also reset all your IE security settings and you home page.

 

118247d1379289543t-internet-explorer-kee


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Not hear from you fixit. Did you still need assistance or problem is solved now? An update would be appreciated!


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I tried a re set and nothing was fixed so thinking I need maybe to delete 11 and revert back to 10 that might fix it .


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You could also switch to Firefox or any of the Mozilla based browsers.


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Thanks for update!  :thumbsup:


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Haha to funny a good update = no fix yet haven t given up yet need more postings  !


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IE10 did not fix your issue?


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Yikes i haven t tried that going back to 10 dealing with updates and how one has to be very careful not to get updates that force one to get the blood awful win 10  forced updates are getting worse  :  (  


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See KIYI's post here for getting rid of the Get Win 10 stuff.

 

http://www.eightforu...html#post520110


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Read KIYI s post and would do it but he left no step by step instructions as to how to do that so i am clueless and help and why hide it shouldn t it just deleted ?  ?

 

need directions :  (


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If you delete the update (not sure you can even do that) it would just come back.

If you hide it, it's still there but you will not see it or try to install it.

 

Open Windows Update from Control Panel or Start Screen.

If all you see if the hype for Win 10, click on Show all updates (or similar).

Right click on Get Windows 10 and select Hide.

 

What about the rest of the instructions? Do you understand them or need more info?


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I have done some big time googling for more help and came across the idea if you go into CMD command and type in a command to delete one of the updates that should get win 10

to stop harassing folks; fingers crossed it works ; its all over the web how MS is slamming everyone to get the stinko win 10 and that stinks.

 

Should i find it and paste it here to help folks ?


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