After windows update some websites take now up to 30 seconds to open.

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  1. Posts : 30,167
    Windows 11 Pro x64 Version 23H2
       #21

    Glad you got it solved I was just responding.

    Sorry I don't have much to add to this.


    I would install a completely new browser, try Brave and see how it works.


    I imagine this is a desktop so I would also run a Network Reset. It could take some time so let it complete. If using wireless you likely will lose your wifi passwords.


    You said this after an update. No harm in running SFC /scannow.


    Maybe even a clean start (not clean install) to see if some other software is causing issue in background.


    When is the last time you clean your caches from your browsers?
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  2. Posts : 16,892
    Windows 10 Home x64 Version 22H2 Build 19045.4170
       #22

    Johannes,

    Johannes said:
    Resetting Edge ... fixed the problem.
    Just out of interest, which of those reset Edge tutorials did you use?
    I'm glad the problem has been rectified,
    All the best,
    Denis
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  3. Posts : 192
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #23

    Caledon Ken said:
    Glad you got it solved I was just responding.

    Sorry I don't have much to add to this.


    I would install a completely new browser, try Brave and see how it works.


    I imagine this is a desktop so I would also run a Network Reset. It could take some time so let it complete. If using wireless you likely will lose your wifi passwords.


    You said this after an update. No harm in running SFC /scannow.


    Maybe even a clean start (not clean install) to see if some other software is causing issue in background.


    When is the last time you clean your caches from your browsers?
    I did not clean the cache yet, it shows 4.7 GB of windows updates and the rest all minor amounts. I was not sure if it was safe to delete those. I have 328 GB free out of 446 GB.
    I ran the SFC /scannow and it showed some repaired files.
    I looked at the log, but that is all Greek to me.

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    Try3 said:
    Johannes,


    Just out of interest, which of those reset Edge tutorials did you use?


    I'm glad the problem has been rectified,
    All the best,
    Denis
    I forgot which reset worked because I tried both and do not remember which one I tried first.
    My short term memory is shot due to an accident. (See my short bio on my website)
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  4. Posts : 30,167
    Windows 11 Pro x64 Version 23H2
       #24

    Cache files ( and Cookies) can be safely clean from your browser anytime assuming you know your passwords. ( Some people use that "Remember me" check box and are surprised to see themselves logged out after they sweep cookies.)

    I would say anything windows "Disk Cleanup" has identified can also be safely clean. Of course I "Image" my machine I can call up an earlier version of my system if so required. (Highly recommended practise.)

    As long as SFC /scannow finished and stated it repaired files I don't bother looking at log. If SFC /Scannow said it couldn't repair you can run it two more times to attempt to complete repairs. If on third run you still have issues you need an alternate repair like the In-Place Repair (Brink tutorial)
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  5. Posts : 192
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #25

    Caledon Ken said:
    Cache files ( and Cookies) can be safely clean from your browser anytime assuming you know your passwords. ( Some people use that "Remember me" check box and are surprised to see themselves logged out after they sweep cookies.)

    I would say anything windows "Disk Cleanup" has identified can also be safely clean. Of course I "Image" my machine I can call up an earlier version of my system if so required. (Highly recommended practise.)

    As long as SFC /scannow finished and stated it repaired files I don't bother looking at log. If SFC /Scannow said it couldn't repair you can run it two more times to attempt to complete repairs. If on third run you still have issues you need an alternate repair like the In-Place Repair (Brink tutorial)
    Thanks.
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  6. Posts : 16,892
    Windows 10 Home x64 Version 22H2 Build 19045.4170
       #26

    Ken, Johannes,

    Caledon Ken said:
    If SFC /Scannow said it couldn't repair ... you need an alternate repair like the In-Place Repair (Brink tutorial)
    Not quite.
    "Need" is not quite correct.
    See the notes at the end of Option 3 {which is the normal option} of the SFC tutorial.
    The Dism command given in those notes can effect a repair that SFC could not achieve, as long as you are connected to the internet when it is run [as is also stated in those notes]. The Dism command uses WU mechanisms to search for replacement system files online, a capability that SFC does not have.
    SFC - TenForumsTutorials


    If you do ever need to run a Repair install [aka In-place upgrade] to replace system files without disrupting installed applications or your own data then use the procedure given in
    Repair Install - TenForumsTutorials


    All the best,
    Denis
    Last edited by Try3; 04 Mar 2023 at 10:43.
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  7. Posts : 30,167
    Windows 11 Pro x64 Version 23H2
       #27

    I just find it easier with Repair Install. I copy iso to desktop, mount and run setup.

    DISM is a great tool and a great option.
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