Almost three-fourth of the computing task is completed by browser, and for many the computer device is not less than a junk box in absence of the Internet connection and the browser. The browser which instantly brings the pool of knowledge at your comfort, and offers hundreds means to keep the world connected, is no more an obligation but an essential component of your PC and there will be no exaggeration if you say it has become the pulse, keeping the momentum of life on. It retrieves, presents, and traverses information resources on the World Wide Web. Every information resource is routed by means of a Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) and it flashes as web page, image, video, or other piece of content. Amalgamated hyperlinks enable users to navigate browsers to strike related resources. No matter the browser segment is flooded these days, and every other days, brands are coming with their new browser and versions but you can’t underscore the popularity of Microsoft Internet Explorer.
The purpose of this article is to focus on the key-issues related to the Internet Explorer and how to fix those, possibly without Microsoft Internet Explorer Support service from outside. Let’s start with how to setup, configure and connect the browser with the Internet. Installation is a cup of tea, provided your system is compatible with the browser. The latest version is Internet Explorer 9, and the manufacturer recommends that the PC must have a 1 gigahertz (GHz) 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor. In terms of operating system, it could be Windows Vista 32-bit with Service Pack 2 (SP2) or higher, or Windows Vista 64-bit with Service Pack 2 (SP2) or higher, or Windows 7 32-bit or higher, or Windows 7 64-bit or higher, or Windows Server 2008 32-bit with Service Pack 2 (SP2) or higher, or Windows Server 2008 64-bit with Service Pack 2 (SP2) or higher. Hard drive and display configuration are quite flexible, and you don’t need to be much concerned. To let the multimedia content go smooth with the browser, the machine must have the right version of Adobe Flash and add-ons. Flash manipulates vector and raster graphics to provide animation of text, drawings, and still images. It supports bidirectional streaming of audio and video, and it can capture user input via mouse, keyboard, microphone, and camera.
Let’s go through Internet Explorer troubleshooting to fix frequent issues: Font Issues: If fonts on webpages are blurry, try to open the same URL with other browsers, if it goes well with others then update your fonts from Windows Update. The updated versions of Arial, Verdana, and Tahoma fonts include new hinting logic that renders more clearly using sub-pixel-positioned ClearType text rendered using the DirectWrite APIs used by Internet Explorer 9’s hardware-accelerated text rendering. For best results, tune ClearType for your particular display hardware. Windows 7 users can use the built-in ClearType tuner found in the Windows Control Panel under “Appearance and Personalization / Fonts / Adjust ClearType text” to adjust your ClearType settings. Windows Vista users can use the online tuner from within Internet Explorer. (The online tuner must be used with Internet Explorer because it depends on an ActiveX control.)
IE stops working: Being a bit vigilant you can fix the problem; try by updating the security software, temporarily disabling the add-ons, and resetting the Internet Explorer Settings.
Unable to play video: Try updating Flash Player. Or even uninstalling and restoring back can be a right fix. However, if you are getting errors then verify that your computer meets the system requirements for Flash Player. Needless to say that the online portal is flooded with solutions, and you can follow those to fix Internet Explorer issues, but if the troubleshooting becomes out-of-scope for you than its better to have Internet Explorer Support.