4 Reasons Your Internet is Not Working!
“Aw, Snap! Google Chrome Ran out of Memory While Trying to Display This Web Page” This could be the most irritating message for an internet user using Google Chrome Support for browsing the most common to the rarest websites. Apart from this, there are many other errors that may stop you surfing the internet. Though Google Chrome ensures safe and fast browsing experience yet the users may encounter some issues like page crash, slow loading of the web page, page load timeout and more. Let’s know about the five most common reasons that you are not able to access the internet.
1. Check Your Internet Connection
One of the obvious reasons for your internet is not working, could be the disabling of Wi-Fi or local area network. Try restarting the connection by removing and then re-inserting the LAN cable or turning off and then ON the Wi-Fi connection.
2. Slow Loading of a Web Page
Your internet is connected but the web page is still not loading. All you can see is a moving circle trying to load the page. The situation can get worse if this loading continues forever. To fix out this problem, you can try the following methods:
- Clear browsing history, cookies and cache memory
- Delete bookmarks
- Disable hardware acceleration
- Update Google Chrome to the latest version
- Check the firewall settings of the antivirus installed on your device
- Disable network prediction
- Use the cleanup tool to scan and remove the virus, if any
- Try changing the DNS server
Restart your device once you try the aforementioned methods!
3. A Malware or Virus
Your system may be infected by a malware or virus that is causing this issue. In this case, you need to check the antivirus and firewall settings. You can also run a quick scan of your PC and the antivirus will remove the viruses from your system. Try reloading the pages now!
4. Device Running Out of Memory
Your device may be short of memory due to which it cannot load more webpages. In this case, close all the extensions, tabs and programs to free up the engaged memory. You can do this one by one or directly from the task manager. Restart the device and you will no longer face an issue in loading web page in Google Chrome Support.
If you are still facing an issue in loading the webpage or using the internet, ask a certified technician from a trusted technical support provider. You will get an instant solution within no time.
Author’s Bio - Ellie Williams is a passionate writer who loves to write on the latest software updates, antivirus and common issues you face while using those software.