To start, launch your BlackBerry Browser. Hit the Menu key, then scroll to and select Options, and then Browser Configuration. That will bring us to the all-important screen.
Turn off HTML tables
HTML tables are no fun. Thankfully, with upgrades to Internet Explorer 8, they’re going out of style. While they eventually might be phased out, they still exist today. Turning off this feature can speed up your browser experience. If you need table support, you can just go back into your Browser Configuration options.
Turn off background images
This is a self-explanatory one. Loading fewer images means less data, which means faster load times. You can always click them back on if need be.
Keep Emulation set at BlackBerry
The newer iterations of the BlackBerry Browser allow you to view Web pages as they would appear on the desktop. Once you set your Emulation Mode to Microsoft IE, you can do this. However, it does cause for some big files. This can severely slow your load time. I tried to load a few Web pages like this, and the more data-intensive ones took for-ever.
It’s a neat feature, IE mode, and I recommend you play around with it. However, if you’re going for pure speed, just stick to the BlackBerry default. Things will move a bit smoother.