Saturday, December 17, 2011

How to Fix Internet Explorer Shutdown Problems

Internet Explorer is one of the most popular web browsers. Although it is relatively simple to use, occasionally it does experience problems, including unexpected shutdowns. Find out what you can do to correct this situation without taking your computer to a repair shop. The first set of instructions should be followed no matter which of the first two options you select. After that, you have two basic choices: upgrade or update your IE.


1.Spyware and viruses are known to cause problems with Internet Explorer shutting down unexpectedly. Download AVG, an anti-virus/anti-spyware application, from its website (see link in Resources). Download the free version or you can select the paid version if you want more options.

2.Click the tab labeled "Get it Now" in the section that describes the version you want to download.

3.Click on the link to "Check System Requirements" first to make sure your computer can handle this application. If you are satisfied that it can, scroll down and click on the "Download" or "Buy Now" tab for the version of AVG you want.

4.Follow the prompts that appear if any do. Once the download is complete, open the application.

5.Click the tab on the left-hand side of the page that says "Computer Scanner." In the next window that appears, select, "Scan whole computer." AVG will automatically remove any infections that it discovers.

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