- Sometimes your Internet might be working with one of your web browsers, but not work at all with other Internet-enabled apps.
- In most cases, this issue is caused by an improper proxy configuration, which only allows certain apps to use the Internet. We can help you fix it.
- Check out our Network Troubleshooting section for more easy-to-follow guides.
- Visit our Network & Internet Hub to discover more networking guides, and tips & tricks.
Sometimes you may notice that your Internet works with one of your web browsers, but not with other Internet-enabled apps.
More often than not, this issue is likely caused by an incorrect proxy configuration on your PC.
According to users who have experienced this problem, their Internet connection worked great in Firefox.
However, it didn’t work at all while using Chrome, Edge, and other apps installed on their PCs, such as Microsoft Store.
If you’ve been also affected by this issue, check out our suggestions below and learn how to fix it with ease.
What can I do if my Windows 10 apps can’t connect to the Internet?
This post was written by Vlad Constantinescu and was first posted to WindowsReport
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