It’s simple, right? You just go to the website and click on the “close” button. That’s it. Your computer is now closed. How do you know if this is the case? You can test for this with this Firefox extension called “Firefox Internet Explorer” and it’ll tell you. A quick press of this button will close any browser window you’re currently in.
This is true, but you might want to check that the icon that you clicked on is actually the close button. If it is not, then you should delete the IE extension and try the command again.
You may need to open a browser. If you are already in one and have been in the past few days, then you might be doing something wrong. In this case, I won’t be able to test for this until I have a clean and well-behaved browser.
IE is notoriously bad on Windows, and that’s not just because of the notorious memory leak issues. It’s also because the browser itself doesn’t even use that much memory, so you’re actually wasting a lot of resources just loading a site. IE does a decent job of taking shortcuts to make surfing the web quicker, but that means that, as a general rule, sites that aren’t well optimized take up a lot of resources.
What you can do to really speed up IE is to use a plugin, or a browser like Chrome that actually uses all the memory they use to display the webpage, but only uses a few hundred kilobytes.
If you’re getting tired of clicking links on every website you visit, then using a browser that really slows things down (you’ve probably already heard of a browser called Opera that does just that) is a great way to cut down on your Internet usage. The problem is that you can’t really say that much about Opera since it’s a third-party browser so you don’t really know what it does.
Opera works by using a special memory called cache. Anytime you open a web page you have to access the cache, which is basically just a few kilobytes of pages stored on the hard drive. Opera loads the pages into the cache when you open a site, but then only uses the cache for a short time and then uses one of several other memory areas.
Opera is also the most popular browser on your PC, and you’ll find it on almost every computer in the world.
Opera has a few ways to close your browser, including a handy shortcut menu that closes it all together. The other way, however, is to use the handy Firefox extension called “Close Internet Explorer”, which is so handy that I’m sure you’ll want to use it.
Do you have Firefox installed? I mean, I know Firefox is installed on your computer, but I’m not sure how to find it, and I do not have any of the files available on any other computer.