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I'm having issues with being unable to scroll up or down at times due to a long running script or page freezes up for a period of time.  How can I fix this?  Thank you for looking.

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Answers.Microsoft.com > long running script window 7

IE has some options that allow you to disable those messages and it will not make things run faster or fix errors in the scripts on the WWW page you are visiting but you won't see the messages anymore.

In your Internet Options these adjustments are very common to prevent those annoying popups about problems on WWW sites that have those issues:


It won't "fix" the problem because the problem is not with your system - it is with the WWW site you are visiting.

But you won't see the messages anymore.

Internet Explorer is one of the worst browsers on the planet so you can consider other popular free alternatives like:


Google Chrome

You can still use IE if you want to or have to and you can have all three installed on your system at the same time.

None of that will fix the script problem on the WWW pages you are visiting though.


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