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Internet Explorer 10 Reset Settings – Simple Stuffs

Sometimes, Internet Explorer may crash or freeze during launch time. Therefore, resetting IE settings may help. Below are the simple steps to reset IE settings:

Disclaimer: This is a suggested method. Use at your own risk.

1) Click Windows Start button.

2) From Search programs and files text box, type “Run“. See image below.

Windows Run

Alternatively, press “Windows Logo” + “R”.

3) Click Run. A run dialog box will appear.

Run DIalog Box

4) From Run dialog box, copy and paste the following line.

%windir%\System32\rundll32.exe shell32.dll,Control_RunDLL inetcpl.cpl,,6

Windows Run Box

5) Click OK.

Result: Internet Properties dialog box will appear.

Internet Properties

6) From Internet Properties dialog box, click Restore advanced settings.

7) From Internet Properties dialog box, click Reset.

Reset IE Settings

Result: Reset Internet Explorer Settings dialog box will appear.

8) Click Reset.

9) Click OK.

10) Restart Internet Explorer browser.


Internet Explorer 10 Show Menu Bar – Simple Stuffs

Sometimes, you may notice that Internet Explorer menu bar is missing. Here’s the method to show it.

1) Open Internet Explorer.

2) Right click on the top part of the browser.

Internet Explorer Show Menu

3) From right-click menu, click Menu Bar.

Internet Explorer Show Menu




Note: If steps above not showing menu bar, you will need to close all Internet Explorer browsers and try the steps again.


Enable Wireless-11N Adhoc – Simple Stuff

Sometimes, you may not be able to connect to your newly bought wireless modem from your laptop. Your wireless modem may be 802.11 a/b/g/n wireless mode ready. The default mode might be set to “n”. If your laptop is not able to scan your access point, then you can try the following:

1) Right click network icon, click “Open Network and Sharing Center”.

Wireless N

2) Click “Change adapter settings”.

Wireless N

3) Right click Wireless Network Connection. Click Properties.

Wireless N

4) From Networking tab, click Configure.

Wireless N

5) From Advanced tab, click “Adhoc 11n”.

6) From Value drop down, select Enable.

7) Click OK.

Wireless N

Now you can try to see if you are able to connect to your access point.