The below guidelines can fix this particular Windows 10 network error regardless of what web browser you are currently using – it can be Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Firefox, and so on.
So, without further ado, let’s check out how to rid you of the webpage not available error.
How do I fix this webpage is not available?
1. Run the default Windows troubleshooter
The first solution is the default one. Let Windows scan your network settings in order to automatically find what went wrong. Sometimes this might actually work.
If the troubleshooter will not find any problems, resume the guidelines below. Before doing so, restart your Wi-Fi router, if you are currently using a wireless connection.
2. Try a different browser
As we said, this issue with this page is not available pops out in your browser and we dare say, that it is generally associated with Chome.
So why not take the easy way and look for a better alternative that allows for fast webpages’ charging and 0 errors?
We do recommend you pick a modern and versatile browser that not only delivers a multitude of functionalities but is capable of seamlessly transitioning between platforms.
Of course, synchronization is not to be omitted. Thus, your browser of choice should allow for easy, real-time syncs.
Fast, uninterrupted webpages’ charging, rich functionalities, and guaranteed privacy – Opera gives you all that and more!
3. Change your antivirus
Most often, browser errors where websites suddenly become unavailable are caused by firewall issues.
If you don’t have an antivirus tool and you rely on Windows Defender’s Firewall, then maybe it is time to consider a third-party antivirus instead.
This post was written by Andrew Wafer and was first posted to WindowsReport
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