Browser Repair: A Quick And Easy Solution for Browser Issues
Nothing is more frustrating that a slow Internet browser that will not let you access the information you want and need on a timely basis. If you struggling with a browser that does not perform as it should, you need to attempt some easy do-it-yourself browser repair.
What is Browser Repair?
Browser repair is essentially troubleshooting and fixing issues that have become apparent in your use of your computer’s Internet browser. It may be that Flash content is not appearing. It may be that videos do not display. The speed at which information displays may be very slow. Whatever the case, browser repair is usually quite easy and quick to do.
What Causes You to Need Browser Repair?
Browser issues can be caused by a variety of things. Missing registration information or damaged files or add-ons are the most common causes. Browser settings that are incorrect can also be at fault. Spyware and viruses may also cause you browser problems on occasion.
How to Do Browser Repair?
Before you begin your browser repair, use your anti-virus software and do a scan of your computer. This will locate any viruses or spyware and get rid of them for you. Relaunch your browser to check if the problem has been resolved. If this does not fix your browser you will need to look more closely at the issue by following the steps below.
- Open Internet Explorer.
- Go to the Tools menu.
- Click on Internet Options.
- Go to the tab labeled Advanced.
- Click on Reset.
- When you get to the Reset Internet Explorer Settings box, click on the Reset button to confirm your choice.
- Click on Close after the process ends and then OK.
- Close the browser.
- Click on the icon for your browser and relaunch it.
- If this does not work, you may simply need to uninstall your browser and then reinstall it. Go to Start
- Select Settings.
- Click on Control Panel.
- Choose Add or Remove Programs.
- In this window, select Add/Remove Windows Component tool in order to do so safely and effectively.
- Select the operating system and click remove.
- When process completes, shut down your computer and restart it.
- Follow the same steps 10 through 15 and the operating system will be there for you to add. Click Add to reinstall it.
Good luck with your browser repairs.
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