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It is very common after installing a plugin or an add-on on Internet Explorer 9 to get issues and problems such as random crashes, odd behaviours, unexpected browser sluggishness etc. If you are unsure if a third party add-on is the cause of your Internet Explorer 9 issues and you want to test your Microsoft browser in safe mode, this small trick will show you how to start Internet Explorer 9 in safe mode. Such a mode will basically run the browser without any extra tool thus improving your IE9 speed and giving you the opportunity to experience a better and improved Internet experience!

  1. Click Start.
  2. In Windows 7, type in Search field: Internet Explorer and hit Enter.
  3. Now, from the list click Internet Explorer (No Add-ons).
  4. Done!

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2 Comments to “How to Start Internet Explorer 9 in Safe Mode”

  1. Shidhin Says:

    There is one more method also

    from Start -> Run ( or search box )

    type “iexplore.exe -noext” ( with out double quotes ) will run IE in safe mode

    see this link for more info

    http://windows-expert.blogspot.com/2011/01/how-to-run-internet-explorer-in-safe.html

  2. TDM Bulk Says:

    In step #2, if you press ENTER, you will launch IE rather than leaving the list of choices up

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