The patch fixes (maybe!) numerous performance problems."Microsoft patches IE8 bugs in Windows 7Addresses unknown number of stability, reliability issues, but fails to move browser to RC1By Gregg KeizerFebruary 25, 2009 (Computerworld) The feature in question was named “Inoculate” or “Immunize” or similar, and it resulted in the addition of 40,000 registry entries within IE’s Zones keys. Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community. My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number HP Pavilion p6795a OS windows 7 64 bit CPU intel core i5 3.30GHz Quad Core Motherboard HP Memory 6gb Graphics Card AMD RADEON HD 6450 this contact form
My System Specs OS Windows 7 CPU i5-750 Motherboard Asus Memory 4GB DDR3 1600 Graphics Card GT220 Desslok View Public Profile Find More Posts by Desslok 13 Apr 2010 #6 Also I checked the proces monitor on this issue but it does not show any significat CPU usage. Personally, we would remove such lists as they can slow down the Internet Explorer browsing experience. Disable Unneeded Add-ons This is the Number 1 culprit in slowing down your browser.
After following your steps and setting connections to 10, the same page now takes 35 seconds, and can scroll during that time. Zones-spamming) has on that time. Your connection should be listed there. HostsMan does not need to be running.