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Why is my IE9 so very slow


xania
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My home network is 2 desktop PC's and one Laptop all running Windows 7. My pwn desktop has a wired connection to the hub - the other two are connected wirelessly. Both the wireless connections are work well with IE9, so the problem has to be with my PC. I have just reinstall Windows 7 - 64 bit from scratch, and yet IE9 (32-bit version)is taking some 5 minutes to download even the first screen of, say PCA. 64-bit version is just as bad.

I did think that the problem might have been caused by the fact that the PC was downloading all the Windows updates, but this has now stopped and IE9 is still very bad. I have managed to install Chrome and this is working fine, although I blowed if I can get Norton Safe to work in Chrome.

Any ideas, please?

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xania

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I don't beleeeeeve it. On implulse, just tried IE9 again todoy. Now I've have made no changes to my system at all and yet....IE9 IS now working perfectly.

The only thing I can think is that with all those downloads of Windows updates, something went wrong and a subsequent update must have rectified it?

Guess I'll never know!!

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