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Windows 7: IE Slow Loading Page


16 Feb 2013   #1
rdb

windows7 Pro 64bit
 
 
IE Slow Loading Page

Since the latest (Feb) patch tuesday updates IE v9 64bit (kb/2792100) has slowed to a snails pace loading web pages. OS: Windows 7 Pro 64BIT

Any suggestions?

rdb

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17 Feb 2013   #2

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Welcome to Seven Forums rdb. The easy answer would be to remove the updates for IE from February and see if that corrects it. You can then install one, and test. If you install both again, and the problem does not return, you are good to go. If one or the other installs ok , you can leave it. You could then hide the other, but obviously it was released for a reason You could do a search on the one that causes the issue, and see if there are others experiencing the same thing.

Start> In search box type Windows Update> Enter> In the left pane, click View update history

You should find the same 2 IE updates as I have KB2797052 and KB2792100 . At top or Windows update page click on To remove an update see Installed Updates

IE Slow Loading Page-updates.jpg

The installed updates page will open, paste the KB numbers from above into the search box upper right. The update will display. Click on it, a popup will appear asking you if you want to uninstall it, choose yes. Remove one, then test. If still slow, remove the other and test again.

You could then go to Windows Update and reinstall the update that didn't affect the speed again. I would update both again, as they may work the 2nd time. If not, uninstall the offending one again. Obviously this isn't the best fix, as the security update is something you want, but if the update itself is the cause, the choice is to keep it and deal with the speed. Post back if the updates are not the cause.

A Guy


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19 Feb 2013   #3
rdb

windows7 Pro 64bit
 
 

Hi A Guy, thanks for the reply.

After removing KB2797052 & KB2792100 IE continued to load web pages slow. So I reinstalled the updates and as expected no change.
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19 Feb 2013   #4

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OK, so not caused by the updates I would suggest a clean start to see if something is conflicting.

Troubleshoot Application Conflicts by Performing a Clean Startup

You only mention IE 9 x64. Is x86 working fine? Other browsers? Or is it all browsers?

A Guy
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20 Feb 2013   #5
rdb

windows7 Pro 64bit
 
 

Did the clean start..no help. Still loads web pages slow.

IE 32bit works flawlessly

My other browser, Mozilla's Seamonkey also works flawlessly. I only use the two. Or I should say 3. I switched from 32bit to 64bit because.....newer is better?

rdb
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20 Feb 2013   #6

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There is better support for x64 then before (Flash, Java), but I am not sure if IE9 x64 is up to snuff (I have never used it, but then Opera is my default, and the x86 version). Perhaps look at the troubleshooting steps on this thread?

x64 version of IE9 on Windows 7(x64) is really slow - Microsoft Community

IE10 final will also be released soon, they do have a Release Preview

Download Internet Explorer 10 Release Preview

Some here use it and like it. Again, since I rarely use IE, I haven't bothered.

A Guy
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21 Feb 2013   #7
rdb

windows7 Pro 64bit
 
 

Well, thanks A Guy for your help. I guess I'll just switch back to the 32bit version as I only use IE sporadically on sites that require it. My default is Mozilla's Seamonkey. IE is too risky anyway.

rdb
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21 Feb 2013   #8

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Have you tried running it without add-ons?

Internet Explorer - Enable or Disable Toolbars and Extensions Add-ons

A Guy
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23 Feb 2013   #9
rdb

windows7 Pro 64bit
 
 

A Guy:

No I havn't tried running without add ons but I"ll tell you something I stumbled accross. When I said IE 32bit worked flawlessly I was starting it from the Internet Explorer folder. After my last post that I was switching to 32bit IE I created a shortcut onto my desktop. The first time I used it IE loaded pages slowly! If I start IE from the IE folder it works great. I went to the 64bit IE folder and started it from there also. 64bit IE worked flawlessly! Neither 32bit or 64bit will work right from a shortcut. I tried pinning to the taskbar, placing a shortcut into quicklaunch and on the desktop. They will not work from any of those places. I also created a shortcut in IE folder and that works great from there.
This has got me stumped.

rdb
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23 Feb 2013   #10

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Try launching from Start> All Programs, or pin it to start, see if that works. A Guy
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