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    • 1.Open Internet Explorer, the default Web browser included in all copies of Microsoft Windowsicon1.png. Click "Tools" and select "Internet Options" from the drop-down menu. In the dialog box that appears, select the Security tab. Click on the Internet icon and choose "Custom" in the security levels listed. Uncheck the box next to the following security options: Download Unsigned ActiveX Controls; Initialize and Script ActiveX Controls Not Marked As Safe; and Scripting of Java Applets. Removing these options will decrease the amount of data that Internet Explorer tries to download, making Web pages with these elements load faster. Disabling these features can also make the Internet Explorer browser more secure.

    • 2.Return to the main "Internet Options" window in Step 1. Drag the slider for Internet Explorer's cache to the right to increase the amount of hard drive space that the browser uses to store commonly-accessed Web page dataicon1.png. By accessing locally-stored data instead of downloading it from the Web, your browser is able to load websites at a faster rate.

    • 3.Click "Start" and select "My Computer." Open the C:\ drive. Click "Documents and Settings," and double-click on "Local Settings." Open the "temp" file and clear all the contents.
    • 4.Install OpenDNS on your computer (link in the Resources section). This lets your browser access the OpenDNS cache, significantly speeding up your Internet connection by downloading pre-saved website data stored on the OpenDNS serversicon1.png.On a PC, click "Control Panel" in the Start menu. Click "Properties," then open the "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)" tab and select "Properties." Add to the Preferred DNS Server list. Click "OK."


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