SF IE Restorator - Troubleshooting General Issues with Internet Explorer

Information
This is small utility for Troubleshooting Internet Explorer issues. It will Flush DNS, Re-register concern dlls for Internet Explorer (3 different types 64-Bit, 32 Bit on 64-Bit OS and 32-Bit) Reset IE to Default settings, Reset Winsock.

SF IE Restorator will work with Internet Explorer 8 on Windows 7. It will work with other operating system only if you have .NET Frameworks 3.5 installed.



WARNING
Some Antivirus / Firewall might detect SF IE Restorator Tool is Trojan its just a False positive because the publisher is unknown. Nothing to worry it won't harm your Computer




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:note: Note: Make sure when you open the application your Right Click on the icon and click [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].
Flush / Review DNS IP:
Most DNS clients cache the results of name resolution requests. This means that the DNS clients will temporarily store the website names that you have been visiting lately. This process speeds up name resolution if multiple lookups are done to the same address, such as is common when browsing the web. Hence, if you visit Yahoo.com second time, the DNS client will already have the name mapped and hence will retrieve the mapping quickly. Sometimes a bad DNS entry will be cached and you will need to either flush the DNS cache to get rid of it.

Re-register IE: There are collections of routines that are stored until a program uses them. If these files are corrupt or out of date, they can cause problems with your computer. To fix this problem, re-register the .dll files.

Reset IE: If the problem is caused by damaged or incompatible Internet Explorer settings or add-ons, you can usually resolve the problem by resetting Internet Explorer settings.

Reset Winsock: Most of the Internet connectivity problems arise out of corrupt Winsock settings. Windows sockets settings may get corrupted due to the installation of a networking software, or perhaps due to Malware infestation. You will be able connect to the Internet, but the packets won't transfer back and forth. Resetting Winsock might fix the issue.

:warn: WARNING: Before running the Reset Winsock make sure you close all applications first since it will restart the computer.



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Hope this helps,

Captain

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