I used mozilla for a while and due to page compatability I switched back to IE and installed the msn toolbar for tabbed browsing. But my IE is really slow and shit. Anyway I found this regesty edit thing that sped up my IE to like 5 times the speed.Click Start | Run. Type regedit and click OK. Expand HKEY_CURRENT_USER, then Software, Microsoft, Windows, CurrentVersion. Click on Internet Settings to view its contents. Check Regedit's right-hand column for the following two lines (values):MaxConnectionsPerServerMaxConnectionsPer1_0Server If these values are present, right-click on the first value (MaxConnectionsPerServer), select Modify from the drop-down menu, click Decimal, and set the Value data field to 60. Repeat this process for the second value (MaxConnectionsPer1_0Server). If these lines (values) are not listed, right-click on the white region of Regedit's right-hand column, click New, and then click DWORD Value. Enter MaxConnectionsPerServer for the name of the new DWORD Value and press Enter. The new value should now appear in Regedit's right-hand column. Right-click the new value and click Modify. As in step six, click Decimal and set the Value Data field to 60, then click OK. Repeat steps seven through 10 using MaxConnectionsPer1_0Server as the new DWORD Value name instead of MaxConnectionsPerServer. You are done. Close Regedit and test Internet Explorer. Definatly worth spending a few seconds doing.
Never tell people to mess with their Windows registry without first telling them that if they screw something up, they may wind up haveing to reinstall everything, including Windows.Opera, which is now free, is also worth a shot.Microsoft has violated standards in the implementation of their IE rendering engine. They do things like that in an attempt to desroy the real standards, so their implementation, which they own, becomes the de facto standard.Any Web site that works with their browser but not others does not deserve to be on the Web.
Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter. -- MLK
Its a bit hard to screw somthing that simple up. But yes it can mess up windows if done wrong so be careful when you do it.>Any Web site that works with their browser but not others does not deserve to be on the Web. True but unfortunatly they are thus why I use IE again.