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Web pages take too long to get displayed
Published  06/27/2011 | Troubleshooting Computer Page 2 | Unrated
Web pages take too long to get displayed

Cause: Your browser cache may be full.

Comments: Your computer stores temporary copies of the sites you visit on your hard drive, which helps each site open much faster when you visit it again. This set of stored files is called a cache. If the cache gets too big, it may take a long time to display a Web page in your browser.

Solution: You can empty your cache in Internet Explorer by selecting Tools > Internet Options, then under the General tab, delete the files and cookies.

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