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Clandestine Fox is the name of the exploit, and hackers are taking avantage of people running IE. Here’s how to avoid this hack.

Internet Explorer is running slow

Despite the rise in popularity of many new Web browsers such as Google Chrome and Mozilla’s FireFox, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer is still the browser of choice for many PC users. According to recent statistics from Wikimedia, Internet Explorer is still the browser of choice for over 23% of PC users. Internet Explorer (also known as IE) is often the target of criticism for it’s sluggish performance (and sometimes security issues), but over the years Microsoft have made some great improvements in the browser and no wonder it still hasn’t gone […]

One of the most common complaints among Internet Explorer version 10 users is its continual crashing. One minute you will be happily browsing the Internet, and the next you will receive a message stating, “Internet Explorer has stopped working and needs to close.” If this scenario sounds all too familiar, here are some tips and tricks that may just help you solve this problem. The number one reason Internet Explorer (IE) encounters problems is the introduction of Add-ons, Toolbars, Extensions, Junkware, and Spyware. Sometimes these programs can be reset or […]

“Windows has blocked this software because it cannot verify the publisher.” Here’s how to fix this issue in Internet Explorer.

Internet Explorer can stop working correctly, for a variety of reasons. Read this to diagnose and fix your browser issues.

We’ve all experienced it: endless buffering on the Web when streaming video. Here are some ways to alleviate that problem.

Everyone knows the Ad Blocker extension can remove annoying popup ads in your web browser. But did you know it can also prevent malware?

Turn a Bookmark into a Windows 8 Tile

Pinning sites to the Start Screen with Internet Explorer is a good way to find your favorite websites quickly. It’s also a good way to fill the screen with useful tiles.

Users of Internet Explorer versions 6 through 9 are at risk of a security breach. Find out more about the problem and how to fix it.

In this interactive video, learn how to remove unneeded add-ons from all the popular web browsers: Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Internet Explorer.

I like Google Chrome a lot. In fact, I think you should discontinue using your existing web browser, and start using Chrome instead. Here are five good reasons why.

Make your Web Browser Run Faster and Better

There are cool features unique to all the popular web browsers. Learn how to get the most out of Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox in this interactive video.

Is your Internet Browser running Slow?

Too many add-ons and plug-ins in your favorite web browser can cause it to run slowly or not at all. Here’s how to remove unwanted browser add-ons.

There have been many articles comparing the latest versions of the three most powerful browsers: Google Chrome 10, Internet Explorer 9 and Mozilla Firefox 4. But we’re taking a different approach, as our goal is to help you optimize your browser experience. We want to know which browser uses less CPU and less memory while running the same set of tasks.

Here’s some valuable insight into the importance of keeping the software running on your PC up to date!

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