Since upgrading to Windows 10, I have found are no pictures on the Amazon UK web site ( and Amazon.com). only icons with" x "where there normally pictures normally are. This applies equally whether using Chrome, Edge or Firefox. I have explored "settings" but cannot find anything that would preclude images being shown, My netbook using Windows 7 does not have any problems displaying the images.
I just upgraded from Win 7 to Win 10 on my main machine. Now, most websites will not load until refreshed. On sites that do manage to load, it takes a long time, maybe 10 seconds. I've run all the ipconfig commands and several other suggestions I found on the internet, but nothing has fixed the problem. Also, I run Quickbooks for a non-profit and that program won't update. It times out and gives me a "are you connected to the internet" error message.
I've also tried using IE, Edge, and Maxthon browsers, all with the same problem.
It seems that I cannot keep a website open if I load another one. For example, to prove it I have started this thread on this website, and then I paused to open Ebay. Ebay opened OK but this website disappeared and so it seems to happen in most cases. How do I keep several websites open without having to reload them?
I have installed Windows 10 EN version. However, I can't see Hebrew fonts on some common websites such as Yahoo and Dropbox . Effectively, this means I cannot use Windows 10 to replace Win 7. And therefore I did not install Windows 10 on my other PC's.
Ever since I've upgraded from windows 7 to windows 10 I've had issues using remote desktop connection, always giving me an error that said:
Remote Desktop cannot find the computer xxx. this might mean that xxx doesn't belong to the specific network
I know that's the right computer name (and user credentials). When I try to ping it in CMD I get the same error. It's not only using remote desktop though, I can't ping anything. Google/yahoo won't ping, nor tracert.
I have been having some issues browsing the web recently on my computer. I'll be looking at a website and scroll down and the website starts to flash white and whatever was there before about 3-5 times, very fast, before returning to the top of the webpage.
I haven't noticed any patterns in it's behavior, it can happen on all sites but doesn't happen 100% of the time. I tried using my other monitor (in case that it was bugging) and tried replacing the mouse (it happens when I scroll) but no luck with either. I wasn't sure whether to put this in Windows 10 or networking.
Suddenly a couple of days ago while looking through Youtube, I suddenly had a blue screen of death. PC has never been the same since! System Restore and Reset your PC both fail.Also on Chrome I cannot access any https websites, on Edge I cannot access any websites, plus the latest Windows Update (ending in 266) fails. Kaspersky seems to update okay but Malwarebyte Anti Malware cannot update.
I've Googled my problem and tried various things from Command Line Prompt, most of which fail, and nothing has worked!Is it possible that my C drive is corrupted? If so is it recoverable and how?
I am a graphic designer, so I have to use helvetica, however, with windows 10 there is an issue. Some sites that use helvetica end up picking a weird version of it. One of them being paypal, uses this awful Helvetica thin compressed.
There are other sites too. Some use a Helvetica heavy oblique. The weird thing is the website itself doesn't use that specific Helvetica font.
I have noticed that the Windows 10 "My News" is an app-ified version of msn.com. However, i was wondering if there is a way to manage the sites whose articles MSN is re-posting and then apply this changes on the "My News" app, so that it can be used as an RSS reader.
I am not talking about just selecting the topics you are interested in (politics, movies, weather, etc). I am talking about selecting websites specifically.
I have this weird problem that causes chrome and firefox to download some pages (like : [URL] .... please notice this happens only on some websites and not all) instead of simply viewing them. the file that get downloaded isn't even a html file, but an unknown format.
In Internet explorer the pages will show a weird - until i flush the dns cache and then internet explore will start displaying it until the next time (chrome and firefox still wont show the pages), using developers tools I managed to find that the error I get is 407.
My computer is windows 10 (enterprise) and is part of a domain that uses a proxy server. only my computer is suffering from this problem (I checked my user on a colleague computer, and had my colleague test my computer), which is part of the reason I am convinced that this is a windows problem and not a browser problem. It is a clean installed computer so I don't believe it is a corruption, virus or the sort.
Issue with opening some websites from my laptop after upgrading windows 10. My internet seems to be working fine its just few website which is not loading up on any browser of my laptop. Additionally if i am trying to ping that website which is not opening in browser that websites i am able to ping.
Since I updated to Windows 10 websites are not loading properly, but not all the time, sometimes they load as fast and normal than ever and some others they don't load at all and I need to hit refresh like 10 times for them to show up. It doesn't matter what website it is, the problem is with every one of them and also its persistent with every web browser (Edge, FF, Chrome). I have a laptop in my home too and it loads websites as it should be so it's not an internet or modem problem.
A few days ago websites began taking a very long time to load/respond. I was just browsing the internet when it happened (wasn't on any questionable websites). Other computers in our house work fine, so I know it has nothing to do with the router. I pinged a bunch of websites and they are taking anywhere from 1000-1500ms to respond. There were two instances where it only took 40 and 42ms to respond.
Usually the page will act like it's loading, then just stop as if I never clicked on anything. Then five or 10 seconds later whatever I clicked on will pop up in no time. Also, on iTunes when previewing songs I'll get the pop up that says opening url/connecting, then the song may or may not play. I've also had the pop up that says there's no network connecting.
I downloaded windows 10 but now my printer is not printing from different websites or from my email accounts. I have a Canon MX700 series. It will print only things that I have in Microsoft word but not from any site online.
I also get the error message...Awww Snap or something. I never had problems printing until the download.
Just bought a new laptop and upgraded it up to Windows 10. I've installed chrome without any problems but I'm struggling to access certain websites - I keep getting a webpage not available 'EER_CONNECTION_TIMED_OUT'
I've tried it on Windows Edge and Firefox and get the same message. I've been able to access the same pages on my android phone, so I know the pages are up and running.
Pages I have been trying include:
bet365.com rctech.net agar.io (loads front page but can't run the game)
Ever since downloading Windows 10, I have been unable to upload PDFs to a couple of different websites, namely dropbox and an online file converter (smallpdf.com). It either says there was an error or says its uploading but never does after a long time (hours). I have also been having similar issues uploading .PNG files to facebook messenger as well, I assume the issue is related to that of the PDFs. I've already tried resetting my web browser (Firefox), re-downloading the files, re-starting my computer and uploading files from different file locations. The issue persists when on different wifi networks.
There are 2 specific websites that we were able to access just fine (about a week ago) on our home computer, phone, and tablet (at home) and on any browser.
Now, we cannot access these sites (gives 'server taking too long to respond' and ERR Connection Timed Out' through ANY browswer at our home and we CAN access them ONLY thru Firefox at our Shop/Business computer. (which uses the same ISP as our home, btw).
We have spent hours on the phone with our ISP and he did everything you could think of: Checked our Router, gave us a completely new IP, checked DNS, flushed DNS. Our sites would work when he checked them through I guess different proxy servers. And I CAN access them ONLY thru something like: Ninjaproxy.com.
These websites are through GoDaddy. We contacted them and they said they could access them fine, too.
I have increased timeout thru registry.
FireWall being on or off makes no difference
Ran various Antivirus, found no threats.
Checked both websites in question at Downforme.org and downforeveryoneorjustme.com. Both state it is 'Just You' that both sites are up and running/online.
I am thinking maybe a System Reset/Restore may work, but haven't tried that, yet.
WTF could this all mean? WHY are ONLY OUR COMPUTERS being blocked, yet various other friends (even with same ISP as us) can access them just fine?
Redirect Virus? DNS issues? Blocked/Hacked? Go Daddy or our ISP at fault?
This issue arises randomly and only once has it ever recovered. Event viewer also does not show anything either. Restarting fixes this issue, but I would rather find out what caused this issue in the first place.
I cannot connect to any sites using HTTP or HTTPS but I can connect to my remote FTP server and PING works for any website. I have used 'netsh' in an attempt to fix my issues but it requires a restart where it would fix it temporarily.
I also cannot access any local IPs or my localhost web server. I can however access some of Google's websites on Google Chrome Dev but not on any other browser. For the other sites I get a TIMED_OUT error. I have reinstalled my network drivers and reset my network settings (including DNS) but nothing else works.
I even turned off Bitdefender Firewall and Antivirus and Malwarebytes and issued a system scan but does not impact anything.
My son upgraded to Win 10 and was very pleased with the result - all seemed ok. After about 24 hours he was unable to access secure (HTTPS) websites e.g facebook & twitter. Got a timeout and SSL message.
Other sites seemed to work ok.
Tried rebooting, clearing DNS with ipconfig, switch off firewall, add facebook to firewall whitelist , reboot router etc. no joy.
Sites and accounts worked ok from another computer on the same network.
Youtube sometimes worked - sometimes timed out.
Suspect it was something to do with certificates but gave up after half an hour - too complicated.
Gave up and now back on Win 7 (surprised how quick and easy this was).
I have recently upgraded to Windows 10. I am having a problem with all of the web browsers installed on my system (except the one built in to Steam). My conncetion is perfectly fine, but I cannot connect to Facebook or Google on Chrome, Edge, Internet Explorer or Firefox, and can't connect to Reddit on Firefox only. I tried pinging each of these websites on my command prompt and recieved responses each time. These seem to be the only websites affected by the problem. The web browser built in to Steam seems uneffected by this problem.
When I upgraded to 10 all the pinned websites I had on my Win 8 startscreen disappeared. Can I get them back? I also want to upgrade a Win 7 machine. Will my destop apps, shortcuts, and websites reappear in 10?
After a recent update or something, on the top right of all my photo's (no matter what folder), there is two large blue arrows, pointing at each other. I have tried clicking, and right-clicking and I can't find any use for them.