How to Repair the “Internet Explorer has stopped working” Problem

Sometimes Internet Explorer just crashes. There is no obvious reason, and Windows just tells you that Internet Explorer no longer works. It says it’s “looking for a solution,” but no matter how long you wait, nothing happens.

Surprisingly, this is a fairly common problem. While this problem is quite frustrating, it’s usually not hard to solve.

What causes the “Internet Explorer has stopped working” issue?

  • As with many Windows problems, the problem is usually that programs can’t access certain library files called DLLs (Dynamic Link Libraries). They allow programs to communicate with each other, exchange data, and function properly. However, if these files are damaged or lost, applications will not work.
  • The error can also be caused by corrupted cache files and incompatible plug-ins.
  • It can also be caused by a third-party “.dll” file conflicting with iexplore.exe.
  • Another reason could be that Internet Explorer is loaded with many unwanted toolbars, BHOs, add-ons, and extensions. Certain security settings in Internet Explorer can also cause this problem.

How to resolve the “Internet Explorer not working” situation?

Perform a system restore

You can return to a restore point where all configurations were perfect. The restore process returns the system to the state in which it worked perfectly. 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?

Deleting data from Chrome

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Configure and manage Google Chrome read more