It’s not uncommon for Windows 10 browsing problems to pop up now and then, especially after upgrading to the latest version of Windows 10 or installing other essential updates. Although there isn’t a single explanation for a slow or frozen browser, the problem often lies within your browser code, user profile, or extensions. To resolve your web browsing problems, first, try:
- Updating your browser
- Disabling add-ons and extensions
- Uninstalling and reinstalling your browser
- Uninstalling and reinstalling your antivirus software
If you’re still experiencing internet browsing problems at this point, you may need to clear your browser cache. These troubleshooting steps will vary depending on whether you use Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Firefox, or another browser.
If you’ve put our suggested troubleshooting tips to use and still see no signs of improvement, it could signal a more severe problem. For a quick and accurate diagnosis and solution, turn to the experts at KFM Network Consulting. Our team of professionals can handle everything from data transfers and device tune-ups to Wi-Fi connectivity troubles and more. We also offer Managed IT Services, IT Solutions and FREE Network Assessments. Reach out to us today for more details.
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