Speed up Internet Explorer 10 in Windows 8 Via Registry Tweak

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Your Internet Explorer 10 is too slow? Let’s speed up IE10 and make it blazing fast!
speed up IE10




Windows Internet Explorer or IE (abbreviated) was developed by Microsoft. It is a web browser and was released in 1995. It is one of the most popular web browsers today.

In Windows 8 IE 10 is more than just a browser. When a new tab will be opened a start screen with frequently visited websites or pinned websites will be opened.

In case your IE has slowed down you can try the following things.

Steps to speed up IE10

First see how you can open internet explorer.
There are many ways to do it.

1. You can open it from desktop by clicking the icon.

Start IE from Desktop.JPG

2. You can start it using from “run” also. Press window+R. Run window will appear. No write iexplore & click ok.

Start IE from run

Now you can try the following things for faster performance

A. Disable Add-ons

Loading a lot of add-ons during startup may cause IE10 to slow down. Disable unnecessary add-ons.

After IE has opened go to Tools->Manage add-ons (in case you can’t see the menu bar press F10)

Manage Add-ons

Now select unnecessary add-ons & disable them.

Disable Add-ons

B. By increasing maximum number of connections per Server

IE 7 and below are bound to maximum 2 connections per server. That means you can download maximum two files from one particular website at a time. IE 8 raised
this limit up to 6. IE 10 is more flexible. Here you will come to know how to increase number of simultaneous HTTP connections to 10. This will make the loading of web pages faster.

1. Open registry by writing “regedit” in “run” prompt.

registry

2. Now navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings. Let’s see how to go there :

Click HKEY_CURRENT_USER

HKEY_CURRENT_USER

Click Software.

Software

Expand Microsoft.

Microsoft

Click Windows

Windows

Click Current Version.

Current Version

After ,expanding “Current Version you will see a folder “Internet Settings”.
2. Now, right click on it.

Go to New->DWORD (32-bit) Value

NewDword

The following screen will appear.

Ready for Edit

3. Now, edit “New Value #1″ & write MaxConnectionsPer1_0Server

MaxConPerServer

4. Double click on newly created entry. Edit screen will appear. Select Decimal & in the Value data box write 10.

That means at a time 10 files can be downloaded from server.

Max 10

Restart your PC & you will see the effect.

C. Clear temporary files & history

In a long run temporary files get piled up. So it is useful to delete them in some time interval.

1. Go to Tools->Internet options.

Internet Options

2. Click Delete in General tab.

Del

3. Select all (or you can leave some) & Delete.

DelFiles

D. Clean & defrag hard disk

Sometimes defragging your hard disk can optimize the entire systems performance.
Download Advanced system care & install.

Use this tool to optimize your entire system.

Advanced System Care

E. Use TCP optimizer

TCP optimizer can help you to improve performance of internet browser.
Download Tcp Optimizer.

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One Response to Speed up Internet Explorer 10 in Windows 8 Via Registry Tweak

  1. Evan said:

    Hey, thanks a million!I tried everything but the reg change made all the difference. OK so what is the downside to the change and why isn’t this part of IE10 Internet options?

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