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#1 Al Dee

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Posted 27 January 2016 - 01:58 PM

Does any know why IE11 does not work well on W10. It is extremely slow to open or go to a site. Everything else on the computer works fine and it has been cleaned with spybot, malwarebytes, super antispyware, cccleaner and glary to no avail. Can anyone help?



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#2 plover1940

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Posted 27 January 2016 - 04:05 PM

I have the same problem.  I have Windows 10 Pro 64 bit and I am totally disgusted with it.  My computer crashes more in a day than ever with all my other previous OS.



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Posted 27 January 2016 - 05:14 PM

Have you tried using another browser? Google Chrome, for example?
 
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#4 Al Dee

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Posted 28 January 2016 - 12:05 AM

All other browsers work fine. That is not the point. The question is why is this happening and is there a fix?



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Posted 28 January 2016 - 07:47 AM

Start Internet Explorer without any add-ons to eliminate any one of add-ons causing the issue. The No Add-ons mode allows Internet Explorer to temporarily run without any add-ons like Toolbars, ActiveX controls, etc. The No addons mode in Internet Explorer is rather useful when you want to troubleshoot incompatible browser add-ons or extensions. It is also very useful when you want to troubleshoot a problem like say freezing of your IE, to identify whether it is related to any add-on. Add-ons are programs that supplement your web browser with additional features such as tool bars and ActiveX controls. Some come pre-installed in Internet Explorer while some are installed via the Internet. It is relatively easy to install Internet Explorer add-ons. They require your permission before getting installed on your system. But some may do without your consent.
Type iexplore.exe -extoff into either Run dialog box or into Command Prompt to open IE in No addons mode. Then if you need to, the through Internet Options > Manage Add-ons, you can enable or disable each add-on to identify which, if any, add-on is creating problems.


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Posted 28 January 2016 - 10:47 AM

 I've got Windows 10 on two desktops and a laptop and IE11 works fine for me.  So I'm inclined to agree with FreeBooter that the problem is likely caused by one of your add-ons.

 

 Good luck.


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Posted 28 January 2016 - 04:01 PM

I think I have made progress.  My computer seems to be much faster now. After running tools at this site to clean up the computer, things were found and that helped.

 

Next I did as administrator a sfc \sannow and that found corruption that it could not fix. 

 

Then I did a DISM scan and found out that I needed an ISO file to repair. So, I downloaded a matching file for it from Microsoft. Then, I learned that I must mount that ISO file to a virtual drive for DISM to access. Cyberlink sort of did that for me easy enough after I right clicked the ISO and chose Mount to a virtual drive.  I did that and ran 

DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth /source:WIM:L:\Sources\Install.wim:1 /LimitAccess

 

After running it with with the ISO that had been saved to desktop and mounted to a virtual drive L, the scan came back clean. There were no more files corrupt or not repaired. After that I did another sfc /scannow, this time it repaired more files and pronounced me clean. I then opened the virtual drive L with Cyberlink and it unmounted it. I deleted it then.

 

Then, I downloaded the Norton Remove and Re-install tool for my Norton 360 Premier. I did that because after all this work, it seemed somewhat buggy. It is good to do this with Norton at times.

 

I can now move about easily for a change, at least until Windows does another corrupt update. BTW yesterday's update made it worse.  I hope this helps. I thought this was going to be above my paygrade, but it worked. I was to the point of thinking of starting from scratch. At least for now I don't have to do that.  There are several places that you can get a step by step which is what I did.  Here and Windows10forum were a big help. I hope this make sense since I am by no means an expert or techno person.

 



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Posted 28 January 2016 - 09:48 PM

Thank you all for your help. After a lot of digging, I opened Program Files and found three strange programs. After taking the usual precautions, I deleted them. Problem solved. Thanks again



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Posted 28 January 2016 - 10:35 PM

Windows 10 is made for Microsoft Edge that's probably why. They have killed off most of IE browsers. 11 is still supported though and should work. I am glad you solved your problem though. Also slow web browsing could be from cookies and other internet files clogging up.


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Posted 29 January 2016 - 07:25 AM

My IE is flying now just like it did before Windows 10.  Where all those corrupt Windows files came from is a mystery.  I suppose they were delivered that way.  Some of those Windows updates have been brutal with crashes. I prefer what I install and that does not happen with Windows 10.






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