Internet Explorer Troubleshooter Fix It for IE running slow, security issues

Microsoft Automated Troubleshooting Service has released a Fix It solution to automatically diagnose & fix performance and security issues that may reduce safety in Internet Explorer or cause Internet Explorer to respond slowly or crash.

Internet Explorer Troubleshooter Fix It

What it fixes:

  • Defective Internet Explorer add-ons. Disables defective add-ons.
  • Phishing filter is turned off. Turns the phishing filter on.
  • Pop-up blocker is turned off. Turns the Pop-up blocker on to block pop-ups.
  • Security settings are not set to recommended settings. Resets security to recommended settings.
  • Internet Explore does not update cached pages or updates them inefficiently, causing launch to be slow. Resets the page sync policy to automatic.
  • Cache size is too small or too big, causing slow performance. Resets the cache size to be within 50-250 MB of the default range.
  • Concurrent server connections set too low or too high causing slow performance. Restore IE concurrent connection settings to defaults.
  • Pop-up blocker is turned off allowing pop screens. Turns the Pop Up Blocker on.
  • Resets Internet Explorer security settings to the default (recommended) levels.
  • Enable the Phishing Filter.
  • Enable Data Execution Prevention for Internet Explorer.

So if your Internet Explorer Freezes or Crashes frequently, simply click the Run Now button to launch the file and click the Continue / Allow button to let the troubleshooter fix the problem for you.

Details @ Microsoft. Do check if it applies toy your version of IE and Windows.

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