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Windows OS

Because the iexplore.exe error due to lack of upgrading your computer? Because among the many updates that require the Windows OS are called patches and security firms which is nothing more than the natural defenses (so to speak) of the OS to attacks from viruses, Trojans, etc. The lack of updates for the OS reduces their defenses and notifies the computer enemies of their vulnerability, therefore, to navigate on the internet without the latest security updates, causes the appearance of the iexplore.exe error to alert about the irregularity and close, by default, the browser. Notice that the pop-up window of the iexplore.exe error has two options: Debug and close. The first option should skip or ignore the problem, i.e., continue browsing online, but when you click there, almost always does the same to the second option, close the browser, since that depends on what both this outdated your OS. In error, there is also a third option: for more information about the error, click here. When you click, the report takes you to one of the two alternatives, outdated registry keys or that require the update of the OS (a much more advanced topic) or towards a hidden file in the temporary Internet files which may be a virus, a worm, or a trash, etc that needs to be removed. The recommendation more precise to avoid this error is to manually update the Windows OS, at least twice monthly and constantly clean the temporary Internet files folder. Manually updating all software and programs that monitor the security of your computer is also highly recommended. Do all of this you may be wondering: and what happened to automatic updates of the OS, antivirus, the antisyware, etc.? In future articles, I’ll be playing this important topic.

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