Unable to browse the web? Or are you experiencing browser freeze issues?
These are the most common problems experienced by users in Windows 10 and the solutions are very simple.
Let’s dive in.
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STEP 1: CLEAR BROWSER CACHE AND DATA
Most of the problems that you would experience in your browser can be solved with this simple solution. Clear your browser’s data Most, if not all, can access the delete data function through Ctrl + Shift + Delete.
Please open your Google Chrome browser.
Select the Customize button and control Google Chrome or More …
Select more tools.
Click Clear browsing data.
You can choose the time range. To delete everything, select the All-time option
Next to Cookies and other site data and images and files in the cache, check the boxes.
Then click on the Clear data button below.
Please open your Firefox browser.
Click on the Library button.
Click History and then click Clear Recent History.
Click on the drop-down menu next to the time range, you can choose All
Then, click on the Clear Now button.
Please start your Edge
Open the configuration menu (they are the three points below the exit button).
Select the history option.
Then clear history. Select the three options that are the browser history, the cookies and data of the saved website, the data files and the caching.
Exit your browser and restart.
STEP 2: CONSULT THE UPDATES
If you can still visit some web pages, but your browser is blocked at random. You can try to check for browser updates. To do so, go to Settings / Library / Customize the browser and then select the About or Help option.
STEP 3: OBTAIN THE MOST RECENT VERSION REINSTALLING
The reinstallation is an effective method to eliminate damaged or replaced files from the program itself, and downloading the latest version and having it installed helps the program to function correctly.
Please, open go to your Start and type Run.
In the Run box.
In the Programs and Features window, find your browser.
Right-click on your browser and select Uninstall.
Follow the instructions to uninstall your browser.
After uninstalling the browser, reinstall it, see the list of reinstallation links.
Google Chrome: https://www.google.com/chrome/browser/desktop
STEP 4: USE PROBLEM SOLVING
Are you still experiencing problems? Try the Windows Troubleshooter, it will automatically look for any problem present in your system and it will solve it.
Please go to your Start and type Problem Solver.
Open the problem solver configuration.
Click Internet Connections and click Run Problem Solver.
The application wizard will automatically scan your system to detect possible problems with the browser.
The wizard will solve all the problems found, including Internet browser errors.
Once the application wizard finishes the analysis, restart your browser.
Start searching now.
STEP 5: SCAN MALWARE PROGRAMS
The malware programs that lurking in your system may be the culprit that you are experiencing this problem. Therefore, scanning your computer and removing them can solve this problem. You can scan your computer with your security program and start deleting unwanted programs.