Help IE11 windows10

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  1. crazypurgatory

    crazypurgatory Veteran Member

    Im running windows 10 and using IE11 and all of s sudden IE11 is not loading pages right.
    Can't use Facebook that does not load right nasty z28 did not load right Craigslist won't load right.
    I've tried to delete IE11 and reinstall it using this method
    with no luck.
    I'm Lost I have no idea what to do I don't like edge don't know how to use it I just want my IE11 to work.
    What can I do.
     
    Last edited: Jul 24, 2017
  2. COPO

    COPO Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Win 10 is your 1st prob.
     
  3. crazypurgatory

    crazypurgatory Veteran Member

    Tell me something I don't know but I'm stuck with it.
    So now IE 11 is gone my system was messed up before this problem with IE 11 so now I'm going to do a clean install.
    So now I did a clean install and windows seams to be working much better and I have IE11 back.
    My only problem is getting my programs installed and working.
    I'm a little lost there I thought I could just copy my short cuts to my desktop folder and that was it they are all installed on my D:\ drive.
    What gives The short cut points right to the file on my D:\ drive that did not change but they work run.


    Thanks
     
    Last edited: Jul 22, 2017
  4. Gary S

    Gary S Administrator Lifetime Gold Member

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    As long as your programs were installed on the D: drive from your current copy of Windows on the C: drive, they will work. If your programs on the D: drive were previously installed using another installation of Windows on the C: drive, you don't have the links in the Registry needed to make them work. Remember that the Windows Registry is like a virus that ties into every piece of software, hardware, and drivers. If it isn't all linked together, it can't work.
     
  5. crazypurgatory

    crazypurgatory Veteran Member


    crap Yea the programs were installed when the system had 7 on it and I was one of the people that woke up one day and had 8 and now I have 10 pro so yea that makes sense.
    Ok here is where I'm at now.
    The reason I did a clean install of windows 10 pro was because windows was fluctuating my CPU usage 30% up to 90% and 100% with one IE 11 window open bogging my system down + the fact that something happen to my IE 11 and it would not load pages right.
    So I figured I would do a clean system install in the hopes that it would fix my system from bogging down.
    Well that did not fix it my system stills bogs down It did not have this problem until the last major system update I'm thinking I need to update my CPU or maybe just get a new computer.
    What I have now is a HP Pavilion p6-2376 it has an AMD A4 3420 processor and 6 GB of ram should be enough? it was before the update.
    In any case I made a copy of my old system and they both seam to bog the same so I would like to keep my old system I just need to get IE 11 back on and I don't know how.
    It's gone the directory for it is there but none of the files are there.
    I tried to copy the files from the new system install to the old system and it won't let me copy the files.
    When I look at my user info and it says I am the administrator yet I can't copy or move any files of the good working IE11 files form the new install of windows to the other windows that had the messed up IE11 that's gone now.
    So what can I do to get IE11 back on my old system?
    If I can get IE 11 back I will upgrade the processor to the fastest I can install and that should make the system run much better.
    So any Ideas on what I can do?
     
  6. Gary S

    Gary S Administrator Lifetime Gold Member

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    I would stop using IE. It has never been up to the quality of the other available browsers. Try Firefox and see if CPU usage doesn't improve. If it does, you can choose between either your old installation or your new one.
    That computer and CPU is powerful enough to easily handle today's software. That is similar to what I have here, and mine is fast as lightning with Linux. You shouldn't have to replace the computer. Before I would do that, I'd replace the operating system.
     
  7. Gary S

    Gary S Administrator Lifetime Gold Member

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    Here's another thought. Doesn't Win 10 come with a newer browser? It would be interesting to see how other Win 10 users are using IE if at all. It isn't impossible that Microsoft purposely loaded up IE11 to bog your system to "encourage" you to use their newer browser.
     
  8. crazypurgatory

    crazypurgatory Veteran Member

    I figured as much. Yea the system bogs with fire fox too. I can't nail it down to one thing it looks likes windows is running a bunch of things in the back ground so it's not like I can say this part is the problem I have a computer that's running windows 10 home with less memory and a slower CPU with no problems. I'm thinking that it's just a windows 10 Pro thing.
    windows 10 come with a new browser called Edge but it's set up for a touch screen and I don't really no how to use it . it's not very intuitive book marks seam to be a pain to get to the lay out is odd I don't like to have to dig for things. But any way Thanks for the info I will have to bite the bullet and just reinstall everything and see how it goes I can max out my CPU for around 40 bucks and see if that helps memory seams not to be a problem just using windows using a lot of the CPU.
     
  9. Javelin3o4

    Javelin3o4 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    If you are having issues with Firefox bogging down the system as well your issue isn't with IE or Edge, I'd assume there is probably some program such as a internet security application that's causing an issue, or some other application that loads in with browsers causing the problem. I've seen systems that had Java issues where you open the browser and all the sudden like 50 java processes launch behind the scenes making the system almost unusable.

    Your specs are perfectly fine for Windows 10, there's no conspiracy to force you into using Edge. I'm using a 6 year old i7 PC w/ 6GB RAM and a SSD and it runs smooth like butter. You could also try just resetting the PC or Advanced Boot options and try Safe Mode to see what happens. Both options are located in "Settings" and "Updates and Security".
     
  10. crazypurgatory

    crazypurgatory Veteran Member

    Ok so I have reinstalled windows 10 Pro clean and right from the start open up window edge or fire fox or IE 11 open 1 -2 -3 tabs ring now as I type this 5 tabs open CPU 57% to 100% and using up to 1 GB memory. it does the same thing if I load windows 10 home. and I have seen if I go onto Facebook 80- 100% CPU and 1.2 GB of memory being used. Again on a clean install no add-ons no virus on the system and no other virus protecting installed other than what window 10 Pro installs. I have know idea what else to do other than to buy a new computer but I don't see a point.
    It can't be a hardware problem because the computer does not crash or lock up just slows down uses tons of CPU power and memory for the smallest of tasks.
    I just don't get it!! The only thing I could find different about this computer is that when I go to the system information screen and look under hardware resources and then conflicts/sharing I have almost a page and a half of stuff in there. But I don't know anymore how to fix this kind of stuff.
    Help :(
     

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