How to Repair the ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED in Google Chrome

If you get the error message “ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED”, it means that Chrome couldn’t find the IP address that matches the domain name of the site you entered. In this case, you won’t be able to access the page because the IP address is required to connect to the webserver.

This error may occur if you are using Chrome on a desktop PC (Windows, macOS, or Linux) or on a mobile device (Android or iOS). This error occurs not only in the Chrome browser but also in other browsers such as Firefox or Safari. However, they display a different error message than Google Chrome if the DNS can’t resolve the domain name when trying to access the website. read more

How to Repair ERR_CONNECTION_RESET on Windows 10

If you get the ERR_CONNECTION_RESET message when you browse some websites in Chrome, it means that the browser is unable to establish a stable connection or at all to the website you want to open. While some websites open without any problems, others give this error. In this article, you will learn how to fix error 101, ERR CONNECTION RESET, Connection Reset Error in the Google Chrome browser on Windows 11/10/8/7.

Connection reset means that the data received from your partner computer, in this case, you, cannot be processed. If you see this error message, you will also see the message below: read more

Troubleshooting: Chromium Won’t Uninstall on Windows 10

Google’s Chromium underpins many modern web browsers, from Chrome itself to Vivaldi, Opera, and Brave. But Chromium can also be used as a standalone browser as well as others. However, because it does not always behave like a regular browser, some users have encountered problems and found that Chromium cannot be uninstalled like regular browsers.

If this applies to you, don’t worry. Although malware and other issues may prevent you from uninstalling Chromium on Windows 10, it is not impossible to remove it. With a few tips, tricks, and tools, you can remove Chromium permanently. read more

How to Troubleshoot “Proxy server is refusing connections” Error in Firefox

Firefox is one of the most popular browsers on the market today. According to most users, it is the third most popular browser, behind only Google Chrome and Safari.

Unfortunately, there are always problems when using the Firefox browser. One of them is an error where the proxy server refuses to connect.

The result of this error is that you cannot access the Internet at all. This is often assumed to be an Internet connection problem. However, there are common solutions to this proxy connection problem, if you know where to look. read more

How to Troubleshoot NET CERT SYMANTEC LEGACY Error on Chrome

Do I see the error code “NET CERT SYMANTEC LEGACY” in the Google Chrome window? This error is an SSL certificate error and occurs when you try to browse certain websites. Don’t worry about it. Usually, there are two reasons for this problem: wrong date and time on your system or corrupt DNS configuration in your network profile.

What causes the NET CERT SYMANTEC LEGACY error?

The “NET::ERR_CERT_SYMANTEC_LEGACY” error is usually accompanied by the message “This connection is not private“. This error usually occurs because Google Chrome no longer recognizes the Symantec SSL / TLS certificate issued before June 1, 2016. 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

Fix: Empty area at the top of the screen when maximizing the window

Fix: Empty area at the top of the screen when maximizing the window

Some Windows 10 users have reported that when maximizing an application window, such as a browser (Chrome, IE, etc.) or program, a blank or black area appears at the top. The rest of the screen looks and behaves normally. This problem bothers many users, and if you are one of them, here is the solution to fix it.

In this article, we will look at some of the best methods to solve the empty area at the top of the screen problem.

What causes a blank area at the top of the screen in a maximized window?

What causes a blank area at the top of the screen in a maximized window?

If your user profile is corrupted, you may get a blank/empty area at the top of the maximized window when setting up multiple monitors. In addition, the protected view and hardware acceleration of Office applications can also cause the error in question. read more