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Speed Up Internet Explorer

Post by Black Deejay on Mon Feb 21, 2011 8:55 am

Now here is something for you, IE users. Five tweaks to increase Internet Explorer performance. Written by Black Deejay

1. Turn off Phishing Filter. This feature supposedly helps to prevent
you from being tricked into accessing a rogue web site that is
masquerading as a bona fide web site. I’ve found this feature to really
slow down web access at times. Microsoft released a patch that
supposedly fixes the problem, but my computer has the patch and I still
notice this feature slowing down web access. If you think you can live
without the extra protection of IE7 anti-phishing, you can disable it by
starting IE7 and then going to:

Tools -> Phishing Filter

and then clicking on Turn Off Automatic Web Site Checking. Then click OK on the subsequent popup window:

After this, you might get an annoying balloon window at the bottom of
the screen whining about Phishing being off. If you click on the X in
the balloon, it won’t appear again.

2. Automatically checking for RSS feeds is reported to slow IE7
performance. Most people don’t use this feature (if you don’t know what
it is, you aren’t using it), and you can turn this off by going to:

Tools-> Internet Options-> Content-> Feeds-> Settings
and then unchecking all boxes shown:
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3. Use of ClearType with IE7 has been reported to slow IE7 performance. You can disable Cleartype in IE7 by going to:

Tools -> Internet Options -> Advanced
and then moving the slider on the right until you see Always use
ClearType for HTML*, at which point you can uncheck that option.


4. Disabling the SSVHelper Class plugin. There are several reports
that the SSVHelper Class plugin causes significant browsing delays. The
SVVHelper Class appears to be a non-essential portion of the Java
Plugin. I’ve tested several Java applets at various web sites and they
all work just fine after the SSVHelper Class plugin is disabled. You can
disable the SSVhelper plugin in IE7 by going to:

Tools -> Manage Add-ons -> Enable or Disable Add-ons

Select the SSVHelper Class line, click the Disable button, and then click OK:


5. Finally, you can use [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
to increase the number of connection IE7 will open simultaneously to
the same web site. The default is two simultaneous connections, and by
increasing this to the maximum number of sixteen, IE7 performance is
greatly improved on web sites that load a large number of files per web
page. An example of a page with such a large number of files are ebay
pages showing the results of searches.

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