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Internet Explorer crashes – Fix Internet Explorer issue quickly

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on January 17th, 2013 | Leave a comment

People find it very common to encounter an Internet Explorer crash problem while browsing the web; and seriously, all the data is lost while the Internet Explorer stops working unexpectedly. Though this sometimes sounds wired, there are several reasons behind this Internet Explorer issue and you can do with them quite easily on your own.

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It is always the case that some viruses & spyware on the computer will block you from visiting some sites correctly and cause the Internet Explorer crashes problem. We know that viruses have the ability to hijack the Internet habits and navigate you to some unknown pages or show you some errors such as Error 502 Bad Gateway when you type in an address. What is more, viruses are capable of collecting & stealing your online & offline account, making them exposed to more risks. So the first thing you should do when getting the Internet Explorer crashes unexpectedly is to thoroughly scan your whole system & remove all PC threats.

Sometimes, the Internet Explorer crashes when it is not properly set-up. If this is the case, you should restore it back to the default settings.

* Open Internet Explorer.
*Click Tools->Internet Option ->Advanced ->Reset.
* Check up the box named Delete personal settings, and then click Reset button.

Thirdly, you need to delete cookies and other site data. The data includes your browsing and download history, cache, cookies, passwords, and saved form data on the web browser can sometimes cause the Internet Explorer to crash unexpectedly. You can directly use the “Clear browsing data” dialog to delete all your data or just a portion of your data, and stop the happening of the connection error.
*Click the wrench icon on the browser toolbar.
*Select Tools and select Clear browsing data.
*In the appearing dialog, select the checkboxes for the types of information you want to remove.
*Then, you can use the menu at the top to select the amount of data which you want to get rid of and then custom the time range.
*Click Clear browsing data.

Besides the above aspects, add-ons are also another cause for the Internet Explorer crashes problem. If this is the case, open your Internet Explorer, go to Tools>Internet Options – Advanced tab, check “Automatically recover from page layout errors with compatibility view” or click “Reset advanced settings” button at the bottom of the tab. By resetting this, you can most of the time get rid of the unexpected Internet Explorer issue.

Finally, fix Windows registry errors. Each time you move a file from one location (folder) to another or install a driver/program on the computer, an entry is created in the registry, telling the computer where to find the file and how to run the program properly. However, invalid or corrupted entries also occur when, for instance, you uninstall a program incompletely from your Program Listing in the Control Panel. Even though the program itself has been removed from the computer, the registry entry that told the computer where to find the program is still left there in Windows registry, cluttering up the registry and stops you from running the program (ie, Internet Explorer) properly. Thus, the last thing you should do when finding the Internet Explorer crashes unexpectedly is to completely scan the whole PC with a trusted registry clean tool and get rid of all found errors.

In my opinion, though an Internet Explorer crashes problem may interrupt your smooth computer running, it at the same time tells you some unknown errors on the PC. By fixing them, you will be easy to get your PC run properly again. For this concern, it is highly advised that you should perform the above PC optimization in your daily life to run your computer correctly all the time without issue.

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