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Hey guys! Today, I'm going to show you how to make Internet Explorer faster. First of all I'm going to show you how fast or about how fast I have my Internet Explorer I have right now. It’s not the fastest web browser ever. Let’s try real quick youtube.com/marquezbrownlee. See how long this takes. As you can see it’s not speed by any means so let’s exit out of this.
I want to take you through the steps to make Internet Explorer faster. First, we’re going to go to the Start menu. In Windows XP, this will work well. If you are running Windows XP, you're going to hit Run. If you're not, if you’re on a Vista, just type ‘regedit’ as in you’re Registry Editor, hit Continue, and it will bring up ‘regedit’ and I'm going to give you this whole list of instructions on how to do this in the description so just check down there. Also, watch this in HD, it’s much easier to see these values so we’re going to go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER, expand it. We’re going to go to software so let’s find software, expand that. Let me go to Microsoft. There we go, expand that and go to Windows so let’s look for W windows, expand Windows then go to current version, expand it and last but not the least, internet settings and don’t expand, just click on the folder.
So, what we’re going to do is if you don’t have it already, well first of all I’ll just show you what happens if you do have it. Go and find the name MaxConnectionsPer1_0Server. I will click to modify it. I'm going to set mine to 99. If you only want incremental improvements, 10, 20, etcetera. If you set it to 100 or above, things have been known to go wrong so I'm going to set mine to 99, okay and then I'm going to go to MaxConnectionsPerServer, set mine to 99. Also, this should be a decimal value. This should be a decimal value. And this should be a decimal value 99 alright. That is the first step to making Internet Explorer faster. If you don’t already have these values in your regedit, all you need to do is right click and hit New and DWORD 32-bit value. You’re going to name the new value exactly what you see here MaxConnectionsPer1_0Server. And I set it at a decimal value 99 then you go to name another one MaxConnectionsPer1_0Server and make it a decimal value 99. I'm going to delete this one because I already have them. And that is the registry editing portion of how to make Internet Explorer faster.
Secondly, you can open up Internet Explorer. Go open up Internet Explorer again and we’re going to go to Tools and delete browsing history. Do this every week or so. It will definitely help speed up Internet Explorer. There we go, it’s deleting browsing history but if you haven’t already done so, you should download CCleaner which makes this whole process a whole lot easier, run the CCleaner, it deletes all your temporary internet files. Next, what you want to do, what you want to do here is go to Tools, Internet options, and here it will say browsing history. Go to Settings and we’re going to say ‘Days to Keep Pages in History’ so you can see that, excuse the flashing. ‘Days to Keep Pages in History’, I'm going to select that, hit ‘0’ and press OK. And that will prevent us from every happening to refresh again. So, I'm going to exit in the Internet Explorer and pull it up one last time and see if it’s any faster. I already have a lot of these settings applied already so it’s not going to show a huge difference. But you can tell already, it started—the page earlier in the last time. Actually that was my computer so if you haven’t hit that subscribe button already, do so, do so.
So, that is how I make Internet Explorer 7 faster. If you do not have Internet Explorer 7, I probably suggest upgrading if you have IE6 or anything lower. To find out what version you have, I forgot how to find out what version you have but make sure you have Internet Explorer 7. So, that is how to speed Internet Explorer 7 in Windows XP and Windows Vista. If you are still using Internet Explorer, I have to tell you now, it’s not the fastest web browser—Safari by comparison. And enter here so that’s how much faster it is so I’ll just give you that and make a video I think I already have on how to make Safari faster so yeah I hope you enjoy this video and enjoy your new internet speed. The instructions, I will try to make in the descriptive box. Subscribe, peace out!