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[INFO] Tips n Tricks areaMysteryFCM
Backing up your Avant Browser settingsMysteryFCM
Restore Internet Explorer as the default web browserMysteryFCM
Restore Avant Browser as the default web browserMysteryFCM
Fixing a corrupted conf.ini file (Avant Tip)Sergei
The perfect installationMysteryFCM
Things going slow?MysteryFCM
Enable/Disable Auto-completeMysteryFCM
To click or not to clickMysteryFCM
So, you want to make a skin?MysteryFCM
Getting "live" supportMysteryFCM
Temporary bypass for the avantfind.com error pageMysteryFCM
Fix For Upper to Lower-Case ConversionDrDrrae
Adding a new Quick Search itemMysteryFCM
Editing Internet Shortcut (.url) file'sMysteryFCM
Posting an image or screenshot to the forumsbigC
Adding the sURL serviceMysteryFCM
Can't reach the forum?hornakapopolis
Pop-unders in IE?MysteryFCM
Using the HOSTS file: A beginners pointerMysteryFCM



Things going slow? - MysteryFCM

There are 2 possible causes for this, however, the cause most associated with this is iexplore.exe (not the Internet Explorer iexplore.exe file).

For some reason, the newer versions of Avant Browser, are now called iexplore.exe and are (in my experience), known to go into limbo after running Avant Browser for a while (3-4 hours or so). To solve this, close down Avant Browser completely and press CTRL + ALT + DEL, locate iexplore.exe and click the End Task button.

Once you have done this, load up Avant Browser again and all should be as good as it was when you first started it earlier. If this is not the case, please refer to: Fixing a corrupted abrowser.ini file

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