Isn’t it annoying when you want to go to a new website, or any other site but your homepage, and you have to wait for your ‘home’ to load? This tweak tells Internet Explorer to simply ‘run’, without loading any webpages. (If you use a ‘blank’ page, that is still a page, and slows access. Notice the ‘about:blank’ in the address bar. The blank html page must still be loaded..). To load IE with ‘nothing’ [nothing is different than blank]:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\InternetSettings. Right click @ windows right > New > DWORD. Type MaxConnectionsPerServer > You can set value (the more higher the no, the more good speed u get, e;g : 99). [99 in hexa so 153 in binary] Create another DWORD >type MaxConnectionsPer1_0Server. Then put a high value as mentioned above. Restart I.E and you are done. When you connect to a web site your computer sends information back and forth, this is obvious. Some of this information deals with resolving the site name to an IP address, the stuff that tcp/ip really deals with, not words. This is DNS information and is used so that you will not need to ask for the site location each and every time you visit the site. Although WinXP and win2000 has a pretty efficient DNS cache, you can increase its overall performance by increasing its size. You can do this with the registry entries below: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Dnscache\Parameters] “CacheHashTableBucketSize”=dword:00000001 “CacheHashTableSize”=dword:00000180 “MaxCacheEntryTtlLimit”=dword:0000fa00 “MaxSOACacheEntryTtlLimit”=dword:0000012d make a new text file and rename it to dnscache.reg. Then copy and paste the above into it and save it. Then merge it into the registry. FIX IE 6 SLOWDOWNS AND HANGS. 1. Open a command prompt window on the desktop (Start/Run/command). 2. Exit IE and Windows Explorer (iexplore.exe and explorer.exe, respectively, in Task Manager, i.e – Ctrl-Alt-Del/Task Manager/Processes/End Process for each). 3. Use the following command exactly from your command prompt window to delete the corrupt file: C:\>del “%systemdrive%\Documents and Settings\%username%\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\index.dat” 4. Restart Windows Explorer with Task Manager (Ctrl-Alt-Del/Task Manager/Applications/New Task/Browse/C:\Windows\explorer.exe[or your path]) or Shutdown/Restart the computer from Task Manager.
SPEED UP WEB BROWSING. Iv’e personally found a dramatic increase in web browsing after clearing the Windows XP DNS cache. To clear it type the following in a command prompt: ipconfig /flushdns. ALLOW MORE THAN 2 SIMULTANEOUS DOWNLOADS ON IEXPLORER 6. This is to increase the the number of max downloads to 10.
This protocol is distined to replace the Internet Protocal Version 4 used by Internet Explorer it uses hexadecimal ip addresses instead of decimal example (decimal ip 220.127.116.11) (hexadecimal IP 2001:6b8:0:400::70c).
To install the IPv6 Protocol for Windows XP:
ANOTHER WAY TO FIX IEXPLORER 6 SLOW PAGES LOADED
Here’s an easier way to get to index.dat file as addresse in another tweak submitted here.
1. click on Internet Explorer
2. go to to your root dir (usually C:)
3. open Documents and Settings folder
4. open “your username folder”
5. open UserData
6. **close IE if you have it open** rename index.dat to index.old .
Logoff and log back on (don’t need to restart) open up IE and go to a web page or site that always seemed to load slowly. It should load a lot more quickly now.
NOTE. Always rename or backup .dat or other system files before deleting. Disable Right Click!! [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Restrictions] “NoBrowserContextMenu”=dword:00000001 Enable Right Click!!
[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Restrictions] “NoBrowserContextMenu”=dword:00000000
Do u want to save entire Page For offline viewing?? Saving Web Pages with Internet Explorer 6 Occasionally, you may want to save an entire Web page on your computer (text, hyperlinks, graphics, and all).
To save the Web page that currently appears in Internet Explorer, choose File–>Save As to open the Save Web Page dialog box. Select the folder in which you want the page saved and then click the Save button.
After saving a Web page on your hard drive, you can open it in Internet Explorer and view the contents even when you’re not connected to the Internet. If your motive for saving the Web page, however, is to be able to view the content when you’re not connected to the Internet, you’re better off saving the page as a Favorite marked for offline viewing. That way, you can decide whether you want to view other pages linked to the one you’re saving and you can have Internet Explorer check the site for updated content.