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IE 11 Keep freezing when going to some sites?

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When I go to some site My IE 11 keep freezing.

You be on these site for couple of minutes it will freez and you can do anything until you force the IE 11 to close.

I try same sites in Firefox and other browser and they work without any problems.

I'm using

  • Windows 7 Enterprise 64bite
  • IE 11

My PC is all upto date.


These are the things I have tried.

  • IE 11 with no addon (Still same problems)
  • Disable all addon (Still same problem)
asked Sep 17, 2015 by james  
edited Sep 17, 2015

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Browser problems are almost always caused by compatibility issues between the core browser and the add-ons, extensions, toolbars you've installed or the custom settings you've tweaked your browser with.

1.Clear Internet Explorer Cache, run your antivirus software to check for malware infections. Run sfc /scannow and at the end, reboot if asked for. This will replace corrupted system files if any. Finally, Open IE, click Tools > Internet options > Security > Reset all Zones to Default level, and see if it helps.

2.In Internet Options, go to Advanced Tab and click on Reset tab. Restart IE. The Reset Internet Explorer option deletes all temporary files, disables any add-ons, plug-ins, toolbars and resets all changed settings to default. Although this is a quick-fix, you will have to re-install the add-ons.

3.Use Software Rendering instead of GPU Rendering and see if stops the crashes. You will find the setting under Internet Options > Advanced tab.

4.Click the Advanced tab; then click Reset.In the Reset Internet Explorer Settings dialog box, leave the “Delete personal settings” box unchecked to preserve items such as stored website passwords. Click Reset to start the process, when Internet Explorer finishes restoring its default settings, click Close and then click OK to exit the Reset process. Restart your PC.

5. Make a few changes in the Registry. Do back up your registry and create a System Restore Point, before making any changes. Run regedit and navigate to the following key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings Right-click in the right page and select New. Create a New DWORD value called “MaxConnectionsPerServer” Double-click “MaxConnectionsPerServer” and give the value as “10” Create another new DWORD with the name “MaxConnectionsPer1_0Server” Double-click it and give the value as “10”. Save and Exit from the registry. Restart Windows.

6. Additionally also see if the following registry subkey is enabled: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\UseCoInstall If it is absent, no issues. But if it is present and of its DWORD value is set at 1, change this value to 0, Click OK and Exit.

I hope something helps you.
answered Sep 18, 2015 by tk345