Slow, stalled and jumpy online video buffering problems can sometimes occur. Since streaming or running live videos is done in real-time, the time it takes to transfer a video over the Internet will vary from computer to computer. The network traffic also plays a huge part in whether or not buffering problems will take place. By deleting cookies and temporary Internet files, you can fix most online buffering problems before they have a chance to start. These days, watching a movie is as easy as a few clicks of a button. That is, until the film freezes and buffers just as the creepy slug monster sneaks up on the camp counselor. With a little fine-tuning, though, you can make watching streaming videos a lot easier. This can be as simple as closing some extra open windows, or as drastic as getting a new Wi-Fi service entirely.