HOW TO DECREASE DATA WHILE SEARCHING IN WINDOWS PHONE

We have seen many tips and trick regarding Microsoft Windows Mobile in techmaza. Check for Windows mobile tips techmaza and here is a small trick to all windows phone users. By using this tips you can minimize the data used  in your mobile while surfing on internet. Here the below steps is been mentioned to minimize the data while browsing in internet. In case of using in WiFi is ok, but while using in our data plans we must be little stringy to use data plans this trick will help you to use data lesser only on surfing via internet explorer (default) browser in windows mobile.

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STEPS TO MINIMIZE THE DATA USED IN WINDOWS PHONE:

while connecting in Data please choose this option in your windows mobile in your default browser. We too have any browsers like Opera, UC browser, Maxthon for windows but this data minimization option will be only used in your default browser. Steps to proceed with the default browser.

Step 1:  Launch Default browser(IE) in your windows mobile.

Step 2:  Go for settings in your browser by clicking (…) button in browser and go for settings as last option.

Step 3:  The list of options will be appeared like website preference, use address bar button for and more.

Step 4:  To make your data to be used less choose “mobile version” in website preference , Data sense savings as  “High” instead of  low choose it for high.

Step 5:  You will be getting message as ” we’ll heavily compress pictures, block some ads and only download parts of web pages.”

Step 6:  To over ride settings while browsing if you fell dis-comfortable click tower like icon prefix of your web URL.. So the content will be loaded as it shows before this option you changed and mid if you click tower icon it is only for a particular session.

Step 7:  So, this leads to compress all your images and ads while you surf on internet and gives you the reduced size of data. If so you do this your data plans will long last for many days than you expected. For more details check here WINDOWS MOBILE BROWSER SETTINGS

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