Even though Internet Explorer 6 has already been replaced by version 7, you may have good reasons not to update to the latest version. The good news is that if your computer encounters frequent problems of instability that you suspect of having to use IE 6, you can easily fix the problem without unnecessarily updating IE 7.
The fix is to optimize the Windows registry. The registry is Windows & # 39; master database where are stored all information about all hardware, software, users, system security, operating system and networks.
If this database is corrupted, searches for registry data can become extremely slow and inefficient and can cause errors, slow down, or cause IE lockup.
Optimization The registry will correct all data integrity issues, remove all obsolete references, optimize registry searches and compact your database so that it takes up less disk space on your hard drive.
The result will be a much faster web browsing experience. You will notice a significant increase in loading times for web pages. IE 6 will launch much faster. You are less likely to encounter the famous "hourglass" that locks your web browser (and sometimes even your own operating system).
You will feel like you have a brand new machine, again.
It is recommended to regularly optimize your Windows registry, as you would for an antivirus or anti-spyware program. Maintaining your PC, it's like caring for a car. Both require routine tuning to maintain perfect operation.