If that comes back negative, I have found that doing a full uninstall/reinstall for Internet Explorer often solves issues like these. See this Microsoft Support page on uninstalling/reinstalling IE.Having made an honest attempt to answer your question I would seriously encourage you to look at other browsers.Please visit com to download and install the latest version of Java.How to Clear Internet Explorer and Firefox Cache In rare circumstances, you may need to clear your browser's cache to resolve a connection issue, or to ensure that you're seeing the latest update to a web site.To empty your browser's cache using Firefox version 1.5Click on Tools from your browser's main menu.Select Options Select the Privacy icon Select Cache tab.At one time you couldn't get Adblock Plus for IE, but you can now.I have Adblock Plus, Ghostery, and HTTPS Everywhere on both browsers and added Colorful Tabs to Firefox (it really helps me to have each tab have a different color) and like Lightbeam (which tells you who's sharing information with other sites about you) as well as a cookie manager.
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Google has plenty enough motivation to collect data for their own business reasons, and so do others, too.
I use the synchronization feature on both Firefox and Chrome because I like having my bookmarks, browsing history, and the like follow me to whatever "guest machine" I might end up on. I've also never had one detect anything because I've developed pretty good "browsing hygiene" over the years.