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Some users have already discovered this. In order to avoid potential legal issues, before publishing the update, you should give a period of time notice on the change that is about to happen, in order to give There shouldn't be any calls to load the entire list. The page which eventually comes up is always the one with last tabs recently closed and accelerators, and shortcut for inprivate browse etc.. have a peek here

Reply hd says: July 24, 2009 at 8:27 am I checked out your video.Actually it looks surprisingly fast on what I see on my machine.But I also see that you have Why the IE Team never removed that annoying DHTML-driven tooltip? wiping it seemed to resolve the problem My System Specs OS windows7 Bob3 View Public Profile Find More Posts by Bob3 very slow to open a new tab (IE8) « Previous It would fix that problem on every computers.

The post also provides a chart, which I will copy below, showing the median load times for the 50 most used add-ons in IE. Then again, if there is a better way… PUBLISH IT NOW right here on the IE Blog so that developers KNOW what they need to fix! Very, very, very slow at opening new tabs and it isn't just on my PC I've heard users complain about this since IE7 was released and its even worse now. Reply hAl says: July 20, 2009 at 10:47 am That AVG innoculate causing more than 100,000 extra registry actions is not included in the popular free version of AVG I hope

Reply Damien says: July 24, 2009 at 1:47 pm Sam, thank you for providing an example of a comment which is entirely useless. Gee, sometimes when I wanted to run down a search result page and click on every result; i had to open FireFox (grr); not anymore. My System Specs OS Windows 7 HP heyricardo View Public Profile Find More Posts by heyricardo 01 Jul 2010 #6 Bob3 windows7 1 posts Slow opening of pages Subscribe to our newsletter Sign Up Team Terms of Use Contact Policies CCM Benchmark Group

Members can monitor the statuses of their requests from their account pages. and b.) since I've disabled most of my addons (and even started in the no-addon mode why does opening a new tab still take 2 seconds when every other browser I've Go to: Tools -> Manage Add-Ons See if there is something there. When you disable an add-on, the new add-on management feature in IE8 (mentioned previously) finds all related add-ons (toolbar helpers, etc) that are also part of the browser extension that you

If they don't do that, they'll load synchronously, and thus preserve compatibility. August 3, 2010 asdf-chan I like the exploits. DLA addons are currently blocked from loading; if you EVER loaded the addon in the past (say, during an IE beta) then the "legacy" add-on load time will remain in the This command will open Internet Explorer without any add-ons, toolbars or plug-ins.

I believe this is a legitimate self-defense measure that in the end provides a better user experience to the customers. Read More. RSS ALL ARTICLES FEATURES ONLY TRIVIA Search How-To Geek Why Do Internet Explorer New Tabs Open So Slowly? (and How Do I Fix It?) Ever noticed how opening Internet Explorer It is minor annoyance as certain forum has a lot of updated threads and some new ones,so this enables to see which ones are new. (Is semi-random;I have set 90days for

Find and highlight the add-on you want to disable, and then click on Disable button; another way is to simply right click the add-on and select Disable. try it! And these users are certainly facing some issues with Microsoft's outgoing browser, even if it's more stable than ever. Thanks.

We have lots of ideas here, but there are rarely easy answers. The .reg scripts took 102 seconds to import on my machine using RegEdit. Its too bad that the addons for IE are tied into other parts of Windows, thats a bad design IMHO but never the less the status quo for IE addons. ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: Connection to failed.

Item 3 under functionality should read 3. What do you think could be the problem? Internet Explorer tabs freezing or open slowly If you find that your tabs open slowly, try some of these troubleshooting steps: First and foremost, check if you have a bad add-on.

During the test, dont wait for any interface feedback as to whether the click was successful such as link color change or the tab to appear.

Reply EricLaw [MSFT] says: July 20, 2009 at 4:25 pm @hAl: I'm pretty sure they're doing any network traffic on a background thread (they'd better be! 🙂 You could use Fiddler Tried all the stuff listed on web-(manage add-ons, remove Java, etc,), none of that did anything. If you are facing this problem, this post may help you. Your cache administrator is webmaster.

I appologise if it sounds like I'm being harsh but when I read this article and it didn't even mention the worst offender in terms of IE addon speed it certainly Clean out the registry 4. yes exactly same thing with me, you got it perfectly. Even on a SSD with a fresh install with no add-ons, Firefox takes longer to open vs IE9 and Chrome.

Reply qingbo says: July 19, 2009 at 12:57 am wow, cool, IE is so wonderful! Cheers Harry Reply Harry Richter says: July 20, 2009 at 4:52 pm Sorry! You can use a tool like "Process Monitor" from SysInternals to see this for yourself; *refiebar.dll isn't even read from disk* until you try to use that feature. Also, add-ons that cancel themselves from being loaded (in their DllMain function) also don’t show a load time.

Related Posts How to Fix "Internet Explorer has stopped working" IE9,10,11 Windows 7/8/8.1 Uninstall Internet Explorer and Downgrade to older IE 11,10,9,8 Download Internet Explorer Update IE 11/10/9 Windows 8/7/8.1 How We (many people in this IE blog months ago) have explained why this feature is utterly inconsequent, incoherent, anti-user-friendly, abusing user system resources, not helpful, not useful, etc. In the same list, "Run without permission" is another bad choice of words- "Addons for which permission has been perpetually granted" is more accurate but wouldn't neatly fit. In order to preserve compatibility, is it possible to let extensions declare somehow that they want to be loaded asynchronously?

Frank notes the main reason for addons that don't register any time- they're not the sort that load on startup; see the ** at the bottom of his post. I don't have any spyware protection installed but checking the registry lookups that seem to be the performance hit I still had about 3500 of them. But if it is present and of its DWORD value is set at 1, change this value to 0, Click OK and Exit. I've checked again with Regmon and each time I open a new tab, I get a long list of keys coming from "HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionInternet SettingsZoneMapDomains" My system Windows XPS3 with IE8.0.6001.18702 (French

It takes less than a minute and is completely free! As always, we are working with IE add-on makers on performance and stability so you have a fast, reliable and feature-filled browser. BEST OF HOW-TO GEEK What You Need to Know About iPhone and iPad Backups Geek School: Learning Windows 7 - Networking The Best Games You Can Play with One Hand on JOIN THE DISCUSSION Tweet Lowell Heddings, better known online as the How-To Geek, spends all his free time bringing you fresh geekery on a daily basis.

Yes, disabling add-ons is indeed the only solution, but which one should you disable? Reply Shaun says: July 19, 2009 at 11:30 am For the record - even having 8 zillion entries shouldn't be a problem. About Latest Posts Kent ChenMicrosoft MVP, IT Professional, Developer, Geek, and the co-founder of Next of Windows. Or is this problem inherent to the architecture of IE8?