IE is not crashing. This particular website is a bit unlike any I've seen before. It is not some remote,unknown organization, but does have a limited following. When you open it the home page displays a verical list of bars that reach across most of the page. If you click on one, the content opens below or, maybe, in the right column outside of the main display. That column is dark and hard to read. A few of the bars work ok, sort of. One, not at all. I was able to figure out how to correspond with them and told them the site was really a bad design and they should find some high school student to re-design it. Wait! Maybe that's their problem. I think the problem is with them, not my computer. I have Norton and haven't had a virus infection for over a decade. Knock on wood. It would be interesting to learn, however, what went wrong with the coding on this site. Try www.glennmillerorchestra.com and see what you get. Click on Tour Schedule. If it comes up for you, they fixed it or it just might be with my version of IE8, Win XP which I intend to keep until this old computer dies. I just checked it and it's just as weird as before. All of my other stuff works ok most of the time. I scan frequently with anti-malware programs.