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Windows 7: IE 8 slow on 64bit Windows 7

03 Dec 2009   #1

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IE 8 slow on 64bit Windows 7

I get a good download speed , however it takes lot time to open up websites in IE8 .. I scanned my computer , no virus at all . I am on 64 bit OS . Should i roll back to 32 bit ? Need help

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04 Dec 2009   #2

Many XP versions and 7 home premium

I have 32bit
but mine was taking 20 sec to open and same for a new tab
they said restore to another point but I did not
a few days later it was taking 45sec and i ignored it
yesterday i was using instant messenger and somebody sent me a link which opened with IE
I realized it opened normally

I have no idea what happened, I have not done anything I can think would have had any effect
it just seemsto work better again
If you can, use another browser and ignore it for a week
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04 Dec 2009   #3

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by muralikrishna View Post
I get a good download speed , however it takes lot time to open up websites in IE8 .. I scanned my computer , no virus at all . I am on 64 bit OS . Should i roll back to 32 bit ? Need help
On top of screen, tools. Click on tools manage add ons and finally run without add ons, by uninstalling them. If it runs correctly enable add ons one at a time to find out the cause
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05 Dec 2009   #4

windows 7
Same Problem

I had this same problem after i installed Sphinx Firewall Control, I had to uninstall it. Had a problem opening links, and it was very slow like everyone has stated. One other thing i have to say is Windows 7 is fantastic and IE8 is very fast on my computer. The bootup time in windows 7 is faster than any windows i have ever owned, and shutdown is super fast about 4 or 5 seconds. Since upgrading from Vista to Windows 7 i have had no problems at all, except for the latest windows 7 update that caused my monitor to go black. Its kind of goofy the way it fixed itself, what i did was unplug the analog cable from the computer and plug the digital cable in then it worked. I restarted my computer with the digital cable then it stopped working again then i plugged my analog cable back in then it started working again and thats the last problem i have had. Every thing is smooth as silk. Also i am new here and not the best writer in the world but i can get my point across.
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