Configuring the Send “Do Not Track” Requests Option on Microsoft Edge

Online advertisers rely on tracking data to target their advertising and marketing campaigns. This tracking data usually consists of cookies, browsing history, location information, and other information that is often shared with users.

Just as there is a Do Not Call registry for telemarketers, users can ask Web sites to hide their data from marketers, advertisers, and other intermediaries.

Do Not Track is a privacy setting available in most Web browsers, such as Microsoft Edge. This setting is an HTTP header field that is sent to websites by the web browser. The DNT header tells servers that the user reflects one of three value commands: read more

How to Resolve “Server not found” Error in Firefox

A common problem is the error message “Server not found – Firefox can’t find the server” in Firefox. Many users report encountering this error when trying to load a website with Firefox, even though the website can be opened in other browsers without any problems. If you encounter the same problem, read this article to find a solution.

What causes the “Server not found” error message in Firefox?

Weak Internet connection: Another reason that can cause the “server not found” error may be a weak or unstable Internet connection. read more

Fixed: DLG_FLAGS_SEC_CERT_DATE_INVALID on Internet Explorer or Edge

Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge are two web browsers developed by Microsoft. Although there are better browsers than Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge, some Windows users still prefer not to upgrade and use the good old browsers. This is especially true for businesses because the latter two browsers integrate easily with Active Directory, which implements group policies for users. But when it comes to time and new browsers offering many advanced features and services, Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge are certainly not the best competitors. But it does have its merits. read more

Solution: ‘Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage’ Problem

Having trouble opening web pages in Internet Explorer? You are not alone! Many Windows users are reporting this problem. But the good news is that you can fix it. Here are some effective solutions you can try to solve the problem.

What makes Internet Explorer not display a web page?

The main reason for this error seems to be the IPv4 and IPv6 versions of the Internet protocol. The problem occurs when the site you are trying to access uses both versions of the aforementioned protocol, which causes a conflict between them and, as a result, the error. read more

Fixed: Asana Not Working in Google Chrome

Asana is a web and mobile app designed to help teams organize, track and manage their work. Asana makes it easy to manage teamwork and is produced by a company of the same name (Asana, Inc.).

However, some users report that they cannot connect to Asana in Chrome, even if their network connections are correct. For some users, Asana gets stuck on the loading screen. As a result, Asana doesn’t always work in Chrome and other browsers.

Why doesn’t Asana work in Google Chrome?

  • Asana may stop working in Google Chrome mainly due to ISP restrictions, incorrect date/time settings, antivirus/firewall restrictions, corrupt/incompatible cache, and issues with Chrome itself.
  • ISPs use various technologies and protocols to restrict access to various network functions and services, which can prevent Asana from working in Chrome. It’s a good idea to (temporarily) switch to another network to see if your ISP is causing the problem.
  • Your web browser saves portions of website pages and stores them on your system’s local drive, called the browser cache. The website’s cache does not change every time a user visits it. If the cache contains corrupted data or inconsistent content, Asana may stop working in Chrome.
  • Asana may also stop working in Google Chrome due to problems with conflicting user data, login information, or cookies stored on your computer. Chrome has a built-in feature called incognito mode, in which Chrome works without using this data. Therefore, opening Asana in incognito mode in Chrome may solve the problem.
  • Incorrect browser configuration or corrupted browser installation files can prevent Asana from working in Chrome. This error could be the result of a Google Chrome flag setting or something similar. In this case, resetting Chrome to factory settings may solve the problem. Note that this will delete all user data stored in Chrome and restore the state after reinstalling.

How to fix the situation when Asana doesn’t work in Google Chrome?

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How to Repair: Your Clock is Ahead/Behind Error on Google Chrome

Although the Chrome web browser is getting better and better, you may experience problems when using it on your computer. If you try to visit a website and get an error message like “Your clock is running fast” or “Your clock is running slow,” don’t despair. It can be fixed, and we’ll show you how to fix the error in this article.

Chrome usually gives this error when there are problems with the time and date settings on your computer. However, the error can also be blamed on other factors. Below is everything you need to know about fixing the Google Chrome “Your clock is ahead/behind” error. read more

How to Repair: NETWORK_FAILED – Google Chrome Web Store Error

Network_Failed error in Chrome Web Store usually occurs when users try to download or install an app or extension from Chrome Web Store. Some affected users report that every download from the Web Store ends in an error, while others have the problem only with certain extensions.

In some cases, the problem may also occur with a heavily updated version of Chrome. In the first few months after the launch of Windows 10, the problem persisted for several months. However, a virus infection (most likely adware or a browser hijacker) could also be the cause of this problem. In this case, running a special cleaning tool or scanner, such as Malwarebytes, can solve the problem. read more

How to Resolve the ERR_FILE_NOT_FOUND Error

Google Chrome is undoubtedly one of the most widely used and secure web browsers on both mobile devices and desktops. Like other browsers, the Chrome browser also has some issues that users have to deal with.

One such error that Google Chrome may encounter is ERR FILE NOT FOUND, which usually occurs when you try to open a browser tab. When you encounter this error code, you get a pop-up error message on your desktop screen.

What causes the ERR_FILE_NOT_FOUND error?

Typically, the ERR_FILE_NOT_FOUND error occurs in Chrome when users try to open a particular website or website. In most cases, the error is caused by Chrome extensions. In this case, if you disable the extension that causes the web browser to display the ERR_FILE_NOT_FOUND error message, the problem will eventually be resolved. read more

How to Fix: Chrome Scroll Bar Disappears

Google Chrome is very popular because it actively tries to hide bugs. One of the latest bugs affecting the platform is the problem of missing scroll bars. This is due to users complaining that the scroll bar is not displayed or has simply disappeared from the screen. This can be annoying because you don’t know how many times you have to scroll to the end of the page.

You also can’t click and drag the scroll bar up or down, but that’s not a serious problem. You can always use the mouse wheel or the arrow keys on the keyboard to scroll. However, this spoils the experience a bit. In my opinion, you should fix the error before it gets out of hand or causes other damage. read more