Slow loading in Internet Explorer

Posted on 2012-09-14
Last Modified: 2012-09-14
I have a user on a pc with Windows 7 that can't use Internet Explorer (9) because it loads so slowly. Using Google Chrome is perfect but not IE.

When another user with the same rights logs in on the same computer the IE is great.

I tried to uninstall IE 9 but IE 8 gives the same problem for that specific user. When I delete the local profile and the server profile for that user and try to create a new profile, it seems that I have got new problems (I hope that will be supported in my other open questions). Due to that its right now only possible to create a temporarty profile for this user, but even in this temporary profile it's not possible to run Internet Explorer without long loads.  

What to do?
Question by:SommelierRHS
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    Expert Comment

    Try disabling addons?

    Author Comment


    It was Adobes Shockwave Flash Object!

    But why was this addon in my users IE and not in another users IE on the same pc?
    LVL 11

    Accepted Solution

    I have noticed addons only getting installed for the individual, not the computer sometimes.

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