Is your Internet Explorer always slow during browsing? Is it always crashed? Does it frequently stop working or responding? Do you receive error messages that indicate that Internet Explorer has "encountered a problem and needs to close"? If your problem happens because of incompatible or damaged Internet Explorer settings or some add-ons, you can solve this problem easily by Internet Explorer reset. Follow the steps to reset Internet Explorer.
There is something you need to attend before resetting:
1. Before resetting, you should know that all add-ons and customizations are deleted, and you start with a fresh version of Internet Explorer once you reset Internet Explorer settings.
2. Exit all running programs, Internet Explorer is included.
For Windows XP users, please click Start > Run > Type the command inetcpl.cpl in the Open box > press ENTER.
For Windows Vista users, click Start, type the command inetcpl.cpl in the Start Search box> press ENTER.
The Internet Options dialog box appears.