Internet Explorer performance settings

For optimal performance, it is recommended that the Web file caching functionality of Internet Explorer be fully utilized. This will significantly reduce the time required to load and start an application following the initial load. The configuration outlined below will ensure that you realize the best performance while safeguarding your application from becoming "stale".

Step 1: Open Internet Explorer and select Tools > Internet Options. Verify that the Empty Temporary Internet Files folder when browser is closed option is not checked under the Security section of the Advanced tab of Internet Options.

Step 2: Click the Settings button under the General tab to configure the Temporary Internet Files settings.

Step 3: Select the Automatically radio button and verify that the Amount of disk space to use scroll box is set to a reasonable number, such as 200 MB or more.

Now the browser is set to automatically check for newer versions of the Web application.