I got a problem with my Internet Explorer 6. Whenever I try to browse or search and came across with a page that has lots of images, some of the images won’t load. It is just weird. The page says done, btw.
My question is, what settings on it should I change so that all images are viewable?
Firstly, Internet explorer 6 is outdated version now. You should download the latest version of internet explorer, which have better security and have much more ease of use.
Images are cookies that popup into the browser. When you browse on internet, cookies automatically came to your browser, but if your browser security detects threat in images, it automatically blocks it. So, you were not able to see them. If you want to see which cookies have been blocked, just configure the “internet options” and enable all cookies. But if there is a virus threat in cookies, you don’t have to enable it.
If you say some images then that means there are only several images that won’t load and the others are loaded. Since you are using a very old version of the browser, try updating to a much newer version depending on your operating system. If you have Windows XP, download and update to Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 for XP.
If you have Windows Vista, try Microsoft Internet Explorer 8. The Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser is available until version 11. The latest web browser built-in to the Microsoft Windows operating system is Microsoft Edge and it is available in Microsoft Windows 10. Once you’ve updated your browser, make sure the browser is configured to show pictures or images.
In Microsoft Internet Explorer, click “Tools” then “Internet Options”. In “Internet Options” screen, select “Advanced” tab then scroll down to “Multimedia” section and check “Show pictures”.
This sets the browser to display all images available on the page when browsing a website. If there are still images that won’t load, one possible cause is a non-existent link. If the image is deleted from its original location, the link will not work and the image is not displayed. Another possible cause is your internet connection.
If you see images that won’t load, try pressing F5 on your keyboard to refresh the page or CTRL + F5 to force-refresh.