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Old 08-01-2013, 08:29 AM   #15
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Old 08-01-2013, 09:01 AM   #16
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Is it only IRV2 that this is happening with? And only sometimes?

On initial load of IRV2.com these come up

* Facebook Connect
* Facebook Social Plugins
* Google Adsense

When I refreshed this page these came up

* Google Adsense
* Google Analytics
* Quantcast
* SkimLinks

I don't use IE anymore but I do remember there is a way to block certain sites. I believe it is in tools or internet options somewhere. You might try blocking Quantcast and SkimLinks and see if that helps. You will need to get the syntax correct. Probably something like *.SkimLinks.com ???

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Old 12-09-2013, 03:06 PM   #17
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IE issues

Yes you might have issues with IE from 8 to 10 with pages not loading, browsers freezing up and on and on. Have been working with computer for over 18 yrs. now and have always stood behind Microsoft products but of late IE has become an issue. I have been back and forth with MS support on this issue and more about IE and there is no fix at this time (from MS) The issues are from both sides, meaning both IE and the site you are trying to use, if the site you are trying to use does not have all the latest updated everything on their site you might get an error of freeze up.

I have always bounced back and forth from IE and chrome (do not recommend fire fox) but of late until MS gets it working better or most sites upgrade I will use chrome instead.

So just a heads up on the IE issues
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Old 12-09-2013, 05:30 PM   #18
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I was getting this a couple of weeks ago ...like Rusty. Then it would work for a spell. I did a deep scan with panda antivirus, then hit it with WinZip System utilities and let it completely scrub the IE temp files, including cookies and pass words. I have not seen the problem since.

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Old 12-09-2013, 05:45 PM   #19
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Friends, as a man who knows a LOT about computer and computer network security I must recommend that you get away from IE ---at all cost.

Many in the security field (including myself) use Firefox. It's free, works very very well and is much more secure than IE and the lot.

This is not just an opinion. That's all I can say...
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Old 12-11-2013, 08:13 PM   #20
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I am using windows 8 and IE and firefox are crap on alot of pages (not all) IE and fire fox will take forever to load sometimes up to 1 1/2 min, fire fox is a little better than IE but I switched to google chrome and have not had the problem again and found it is up to 75% faster with win 8.

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