It is quite true that images on a website make it more interactive, attractive and informative as we all know that an image alone can depict thousands of words. However sometimes disabling images from loading can be a good option, especially when you want to save your Internet data, as the size of images can be quite large. Not only this, when you are connected to slow internet connection, disabling the images, reduces the load time of website and helps it to load much faster.
In this article, we will try to throw light on how to disable images from loading in various browsers.
Now when you open any web page, you will find that it is loading faster as all the images are disabled.
Now when you browse any website then you will find that no images are loading resulting in saving of your internet data.
Disabling images in Firefox is little bit different from Internet Explorer and Chrome. Also, Firefox provides you more option for disabling images like blocking all images or to only block third-party images.
All the 3 values set the 3 different preferences.
If you set the value to 1 then it is default value, which means that all the images will be displayed.
If you set the value to 2 then it will block all the images on any webpage.
If the value is set to 3 then it will block all third-party images. Third party image here refers to the images which are not hosted on the domain of that website.
Unfortunately, presently there is no such option available to disable images in Microsoft Edge.
So guys if you too are on a slow network or running out of your Internet pack then just disable the images before browsing the web.