“We can’t reach this page” Edge error appears again in Windows 10 builds
There’s always something going on with Microsoft Edge in Windows 10 Preview builds. The latest Preview build 15014 for Windows 10 didn’t bring any major improvements for Microsoft’s browser, but instead brought some fresh set of issues and errors for Windows Insiders to confront.
The latest issue reported by Microsoft itself is a crashing problem which causes the “We can’t reach this page” error to appear. Microsoft hasn’t precisely determined the exact cause of this problem, but unlike other issues, Redmond actually told us a possible workaround for this one.
If you’re experiencing the “We can’t reach this page” error (check our previous how to article on this) when trying to access a certain site, the solution is to open that site from an InPrivate tab in Microsoft Edge. In case you don’t know how to do that, follow these instructions:
The InPrivate window will now show up and you should be able to continue with browsing normally. The InPrivate mode is Microsoft Edge’s version of incognito browsing. While browsing from an InPrivate tab, Edge doesn’t save any of your personal browsing data, like history or cookies.
This crashing error is not something we should be worried about because at the end of the day, it’s just the Windows Insider program. And in the Windows Insider program, issues like this are common. In fact, that’s what the Insider program is for: To tell Microsoft what needs to be corrected. We’re sure issues like this won’t happen with the Creators Update when it’s released this April.
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