Completely reset internet settings in Windows
Hi everyone in this article I’m explaining about reset
internet settings in windows.
If you're having any trouble with Internet Explorer or your
network connection, here's how to reset internet settings in Windows.
Lots of people ask us how to reset their internet settings
in Windows, and the reasons for wanting to do so vary. We've put this article
together to explain what you need to do to fix some common problems, and it
focuses mostly on Windows settings and Internet Explorer.
If you can't connect to the internet via Internet Explorer,
the cause could be many things, so it will pay to try and establish where the
fault lies. Can other devices in the house get online? Can you load websites
via a different web browser on the problematic PC or laptop?
If the answer to both is no, there's an issue with your
router, or the broadband service to your home. Try powering off your router and
restarting it a minute later. If the problem persists, call your broadband
How to reset internet settings in Windows:
Step 1. Close all Internet Explorer and Windows
Step 2. Launch Internet Explorer and click on the cog
icon in the top-right corner. Then choose Internet Options.
Step 3. On the Advanced tab, click Reset. A new window
will appear explaining everything that will erased by continuing. If you tick
the 'Delete personal settings' box, it will remove browsing history, cached
files, and reset your home page(s).
Restart your computer when IE has
finished restoring the settings. If you get an error message when you try to
reset, you can open Task Manager and look through the processes list and kill
off all other Internet Explorer processes. If you don't know how to do that,
it's easier to restart your PC, launch IE and repeat steps 1-3.