Speed up Internet Explorer 9 by disabling unuseful add-ons

Internet Explorer (IE) is the one of the free web browser that ships as part of the Windows operating system. The latest version, IE9 earns big points for performance improvements. As we noted in IE9 beta, it provides a great browser experience, it starts up quickly and loads pages faster. It come with new features like hardware acceleration, web pages load more faster, new features like pinning favorite websites to taskbar, aero snap and html5 support, has been added to it.

If you search through Google, lots of tips, tricks, hacks and tweaks are available for our browser Internet Explorer. But do you know that you can speed up your Internet Explorer 9 simply by disabling unuseful add-ons? While add-ons, such as toolbars, can enhance your browsing experience, but they can also slow it down. Internet Explorer 9 comes with an Add-on Performance Advisor that lets you monitor the load time and performance of its add-ons, thus it is able for you to disable them either you don’t need it anymore or  you find that they are taking more time to load.

Follow the simple guide below to monitor the add-ons performance and disable them in internet explorer 9:

1, In order to access the options, you will first need to enable or show command bar on IE 9 interface. For this right click on IE 9 interface and select to show command bar.

2, Once you have enabled the command bar – Under Settings, select Toolbars > Disable Add-ons.

3, Under disable addons, you can see which addons are taking more time to load and making IE 9 slow, you can easily disable them by clicking disable button as shown in the image below. You can also use it to warn you if it is taking more than a particular time to load. The default value is 0.2 seconds.

IE 9 Add-on Performance Advisor