Monday, December 30, 2013

How to speed up your browser

The worst thing is to wait for the web page to load. A slow internet connection wastes time, turns streamed videos into bad slideshows, and puts your computer in real danger of being lobbed out the window.
If your Web Browser is running slow than its normal speed (apart from being infected with computer viruses), you can follow the guide as below to fix or speed up your browser. If you still have any questions, you are welcome to contact Tee Support agents 24/7 online for help.

1. Upgrade to a newer version
Take Internet Explorer as an example:
Download a newer version of Internet Explorer and experience faster and more responsive web browsing. If you're using Windows 7 or Windows Vista, download Internet Explorer 9. If you're using Windows XP, download Internet Explorer 8.

2. Remove unwanted add-ons, extensions, and plugins.
Though many plugins and add-ons can make your surfing experience more efficient, others make it difficult to perform instant page loads. (Non-essentials like themes, skins, and gizmos you’ve long since grown bored with are prime targets.) Try disabling these unnecessary plug-ins and add-ons to gain better browsing and downloading speed.

To turn off add-ons on Firefox, Go to Tools > Add-ons and disable both unwanted add-ons and plugins. Restart Firefox to put changes into effect.

To turn off add-ons on Google Chrome, Go to Customize > Tools > Extensions and disable unwanted plugins. Restart Chrome to put changes into effect.

To turn off Internet Explorer add-ons, Go to Tools > Manage Add-ons and disable unwanted add-ons. Restart IE to put changes into effect.

3. Clean cookies
 Internet Explorer: Tools → Internet Options →the General tab, Delete the Cookies button can be directly seen in IE6, IE7 is to click the Delete Browsing History button then tick Cookies and click Delete.
Firefox: Tools → Options → Privacy → Remove Individual Cookies → Delete corresponding cookies in the cookies showing box.
 Opera: Tools → Preferences → Advanced → Cookies →Delete corresponding cookies in Management Cookies.

4. Close unused tabs.
Even if you aren’t looking at them, many pages automatically refresh themselves every few minutes or seconds to keep you in sync (news pages, Facebook, and Twitter are excellent examples). Close these when you’re not using them so they don’t eat up your bandwidth.
Here is a screenshot of Firefox:

5. Remove Browser History
You can delete a lot of baggage if you clear your browsing history. All browsers store data from the sites you've been to. It's great if you want to remember where you've been recently on the web, but it can also slow the browser. Getting rid of that data can speed up how fast pages load.

In Internet Explorer, hit Tools, Internet Options, general tab, and then, under Browsing history, click Delete.

In Firefox, choose Tools, Clear Recent History.

In Chrome, choose History and Clear All History.

Note: you will enjoy a wonder online experience after speeding up your browse by following the above steps. If you have any PC annoyance, please feel free to contact Tee Support agents 24/7 online , you problem will be solved quickly and safely.

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