Watching videos online is one thing every internet user love to do; we all love to have fun at one time or the other and there is no point in working all day without taking a break. A lot of people experience various problems when trying to watch videos online, some of these problems have to do with the internet connection theyâ€™re using and others have to do with some other things.
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This post will be giving you some tips on making sure your online videos play clearly with less buffering.
It doesnâ€™t matter how solid your computer is, how latest your browser is and how fast the website youâ€™re trying to watch a video on is it you canâ€™t watch a video online with a dial-up internet. The first step to take when trying to watch videos online is to make sure youâ€™re using a solid broadband internet. If youâ€™re still using a dial-up internet or an old technology internet you might want to upgrade to a faster, effective and robust internet connection because thatâ€™s the only way to watch videos online clearly without problems.
If youâ€™re sure you have a fast and effective broadband internet there is every probability the problem is with your computer or web browser. We access a lot of websites everyday and these websites store a lot of data on our computers in the form of cookies and cache. There is a limit to the amount of these data our computer can accommodate so if your computer has exceeded its allocation you will find it difficult watching videos online. In cases like this the best thing to do is to clear your private data because this will remove everything your browser has stored on your computer. Once youâ€™ve cleared your private data you should restart your system and then try to watch the video you want to watch again. You can clear your private data by clicking Ctrl>>Shift>>Delete (if you use Windows and Firefox â€“ if otherwise you might want to research how to do this online).
Another thing to do to get the best from watching videos on the internet is to disable applications using your internet connection. Some applications like download accelerators, torrent downloader, forex traders and your antivirus keep on using your internet connection to download or update files; in cases like this the best thing to do is to disable them. Disabling your antivirus can be very risky so you might want to see if it has settings that allow it to be used without trying to update itself automatically.