FIX: This Webpage is not available right now [Chrome, Edge]

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  • This page is not available right now is a system pop-up displayed when your current browser is unable to retrieve a page.
  • So why not go for an easy fix and change your browser in order to get rid of the webpage not available error?
  • Not yet ready to make the switch? Then, make sure you put the built-in Windows troubleshooter to good use.
  • If you still get this page is not available error, there a few CMD commands that can help. Don't forget to check your DNS settings as well!
fix this webpage is not available windows 10

If you try to reach a certain webpage but it simply cannot load, you need to find the perfect network troubleshooting solution.

Furthermore, you might just see this annoyingly familiar error message stating that this page is not available right now.

The below guidelines can fix this particular Windows 10 network error regardless of what web browser you are currently using – it can be Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Firefox, and so on.

So, without further ado, let’s check out how to rid you of the webpage not available error.

How do I fix this webpage is not available?

1. Run the default Windows troubleshooter

The first solution is the default one. Let Windows scan your network settings in order to automatically find what went wrong. Sometimes this might actually work.

If the troubleshooter will not find any problems, resume the guidelines below. Before doing so, restart your Wi-Fi router, if you are currently using a wireless connection.

2. Try a different browser

As we said, this issue with this page is not available pops out in your browser and we dare say, that it is generally associated with Chome.

So why not take the easy way and look for a better alternative that allows for fast web pages’ charging and 0 errors?

We do recommend you pick a modern and versatile browser that not only delivers a multitude of functionalities but is capable of seamlessly transitioning between platforms.

Of course, synchronization is not to be omitted. Thus, your browser of choice should allow for easy, real-time syncs.

In terms of performance, Opera also has a unique Turbo feature that can be used when you have an extremely slow connection, such as airport wifi. When turned on, it can load pages much faster on a slower connection by utilizing an algorithm that removes images and other heavy content, allowing you to see the basics of the page.

Opera also offers data savings through compression technologies that are not seen in other browsers.

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3. Change your antivirus

Most often, browser errors where websites suddenly become unavailable are caused by firewall issues.

If you don’t have an antivirus tool and you rely on Windows Defender’s Firewall, then maybe it is time to consider a third-party antivirus instead.

One great choice for that matter is the world’s leading antivirus tool in terms of sheer protective features.

However, all that doesn’t come at the cost of system resources or interferences, since switching off the firewall or the antivirus can be achieved by a simple switch of a button.

You will benefit from 24/7 protection as long as your PC is in use, and you will never feel hindered at all. We use antivirus software to protect ourselves from online attacks and harmful dangers since viruses are always developing.

Whatever you use your computer for, having antivirus software allows you to explore and do tasks on it safely.

4. Reset DNS and TCP/IP

  1. On your computer, open the elevated command prompt – right-click on the Windows Start key and select Command Prompt (Admin).elevated cmd This website is not available
  2. In the cmd window enter the following commands one by one and press Enter after each entry: netsh int ip reset c:resetlog.txt netsh winsock reset catalog ipconfig /flushdns
  3. Wait while these processes run and when done, close the cmd window.
  4. Also restart your Windows 10 and retry the connection process.

Assign DNS settings

  1. Launch the Search engine on your Windows 10 machine – click on the Cortana icon, located near the Windows Start icon.
  2. In the Search field, enter Network and Sharing Center and click and sharing center This website is not available
  3. From the left panel of this window, click on the Change Adapter settings entry.
  4. Right-click on your active network connection and choose Properties.
  5. From Properties, switch to the Networking tab.
  6. Select Internet Protocol Version 4 and then choose Properties from beneath.change adapter settings This website is not available
  7. Click on Use the following DNS server address and type Google’s Public DNS servers:, respectively
  8. Save your new settings and close this window.
  9. The Windows troubleshooting process should automatically start. Now your network problems should be addressed.
  10. You can also choose to restart your Windows 10 computer before checking if you can once more use your web browser service.

This website is not available pop-up error might be displayed if your date/time isn’t set correctly, as well. So, if the steps from above aren’t working, make sure you check this lead too.

Then, use the comments field from below and tell us everything about your troubleshooting experience.

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