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In this guest post, James Ricketts discusses how to troubleshoot computer problems related to internet issues. Find out more about James at the end of this post.
Today, we rely on the Internet to carry out various functions and it is no fun when your web browser, such as Internet Explorer, develops an error and fails to load. In this article, we will discuss how to resolve common errors associated with Internet Explorer as well as the following topics:
- How to remove additional toolbars from Internet Explorer, such as the yahoo toolbar.
- How to resolve system error 5
- Essential PC maintenance activities that every Windows user should perform to prevent common Windows errors and issues from occurring.
This is a common problem and I am sure many of you have had this problem before. Your antivirus detects a virus, then it removes the virus but your system doesn’t act the way you expected. In this post you will learn how to fix a computer after a virus infection.
We have spoken before about removing Windows virus:
Thomas has written a post about a program that restores several windows features:
In this post we are going to use another approach with SuperAntiSpyware portable to do this:
SUPERAntiSpyware: Scans Your Computer for Malware and Works in Harmony with Your Current Anti-malware Program
A few weeks ago Mike Duncan, Director of Business Development at SUPERAntiSpyware.com asked me to take a peek at their software. Being the Geek that never sleeps and challenge accepted off we go on passage into the world of SUPERAntiSpyware.
It’s a good week for Microsoft fanboys! Microsoft have today made Internet Explorer 9 Release Candidate available for download.
We’ve covered some of the great features IE9 has to offer in the past, we’ve also taken a look at tweaking the browser to better suit your needs.
A few enhancements here are there are notable in the newest public release though nothing too drastic from what we already know.
Note that IE9 RC is now feature complete. Whilst we may see the odd minor UI tweak here and there and undoubtedly tonnes of bug fixes before it goes gold, know that this is it folks! And I think Microsoft have done it!
Hit the link for the direct download links.
One of the first things to do on a machine running IE 8 is turn off the Suggested Sites feature.
This feature looks at the sites you visit and then attempts to guess what other sites you might like and suggest them to you.
Awe, the thought is nice, but … no thanks.