How to Disable images in internet explorer to Save Data

You can easily Disable images in internet explorer to Save Data usage. So that it will improve your browsing speed. Here I am going to give you How to Disable images in internet explorer to Save Data. When you open an internet explorer browser and if you search anything on websites you will see images. Images consume much data than text. If you don’t want to show any images on all websites, you can follow the below procedure.




Internet Explorer browser is one of the fastest browsers. If you don’t have an internet explorer browser on your computer, download the internet explorer browser and install it on your computer.

How to Disable images in Internet Explorer to Save Data?

Video Tutorial:

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  1.  Open internet explorer page
  2. Open the Microsoft internet explorer tool menu
  3. Chose internet option
Disable images in internet explorer

4. When the internet option dialog box opens, click on advanced tab

Disable images in internet explorer

5.Scroll through the setting box to the multimedia section .




6.Uncheck box in front of show picture

Disable images in internet explorer

7.Then click on apply and ok to change your settings. Now Internet Explorer won’t load the pictures on any site.

Advantages of IE:

  • Comes installed already on the computer
  • Faster with Windows computers because it is integrated
  • Some websites can only work with Internet Explorer
  • Universal
  • Some applications are optimized for IE

Disadvantages of IE:

  • No add-on support
  • Slows down with newer versions, such as IE7
  • Maybe less secure than other browsers
  • Becomes buggy easily
  • Targeted by hackers

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