|The reason I looked into this is because for a very long time (perhaps a year), I had to click Internet Explorer 8, many many times to get on to the internet. So I decided to examine if iexplore.exe existed more than once, that is in different directories. At first it was in some directory that looked like a big hexidecimal address. Then I saw a larger iexplore in a servicepack directory. It worked much better. Then, the last one I used, ending in dllcache, worked even better. In total, I noticed about 14 different directories that had iexplore.exe! So, the next thing I had in mind, was to choose the right directory for the link. Also, to use Registry First Aid, (after studying what about four technicians wrote (warup about registry programs, and eliminate only the least invasive links to iexplore.exe, in order to speed up things. Of course keeping a backup, where I bought a 32GB sandisk, (much more than needed for this purpose). And waiting a while to see if anything strange happens, do the same with other things, but not too much at any one time.|
PS. I have interest in studing more about compouter tech stuff to eventually become equivelant to a level III computer tech. To start I have developed automated communication between non-compatible computers and wrote a book called: Mastering Computers, For the Beginner, User and Troubleshooter, but not selling it anymore!