Solution for Windows 10 Browser if Not Working Check Here the steps

Solution 1: Use App Troubleshooter if Windows 10 Browser not working

The app troubleshooter automatically fixes some of the problems that may prevent apps from running, which includes incorrect security or account settings.

  • Right click Start
  • Select Control Panel
  • Go to the top right corner and change View by option to Large icons
  • Click Troubleshooting
  • Click on View all option on the left panel
  • Select Windows Update
  • Follow the instructions to run the app troubleshooter

Does this help fix the Windows 10 browser not working problem? If not, we’ve got more solutions ahead.

Solution 2: Run DISM tool if Windows 10 Browser not working

If you still get the Windows 10 browser not working problem, run the DISM tool, or Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool.

The DISM tool helps fix Windows corruption errors when Windows Updates and service packs fail to install due to corruption errors, like if you have a damaged system file.

Here’s how to run the DISM command on your PC to check if it helps:

  • Click Start
  • In the search field box, type CMD
  • Click Command Prompt in the search results list
  • Type Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /ScanHealth
  • Type Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth
  • Press Enter

Once the repair is complete, reboot your computer and check if the problem persists, after which you can run an SFC scan as described in the next solution if windows 10 browser not working.

Solution 3: Run a System File Checker scan if Windows 10 browser not working

A System File Checker scan checks or scans all protected system files, and then replaces the incorrect versions, with the genuine, correct Microsoft versions.

Here’s how to do this:

  • Click Start
  • Go to the search field box and type CMD
  • Right click Command Prompt and select Run as Administrator
  • Type sfc/scannow
  • Press Enter
  • Restart your computer

If you still can’t fix the Windows 10 browser not working problem, try performing a clean boot as described in the next solution.

Solution 4: Perform a Clean Boot if Windows 10 browser not working

Performing a clean boot for your computer reduces conflicts related to software that can bring up the root causes when you experience a Windows 10 browser not working issue. These conflicts can be caused by applications and services that start up and run in the background whenever you start Windows normally.

How to perform a clean boot

In order to successfully perform a clean boot on Windows 10, you have to be logged on as the administrator, then follow these steps:

  • Go to the search box
  • Type msconfig
  • Select System Configuration
  • Find Services tab
  • Select Hide all Microsoft services box
  • Click Disable all
  • Go to Startup tab
  • Click Open Task Manager
  • Close Task manager then click Ok
  • Reboot your computer

You will have a clean boot environment after all these steps are carefully followed, after which you can try and check if the Windows 10 browser not working problem is gone.

Solution 5: Run Network Diagnostics tool in Internet Explorer

Here’s how to do this:

  • Start Internet Explorer
  • Try accessing the web page that displayed the error message
  • On the web page itself, click Diagnose connection problems link to run Network Diagnostics tool
  • Once the tool finishes, it will report back one of the following:
    • Unable to find a problem
    • Detected a problem. It will provide directions on the next steps to troubleshoot the problem
  • Click IP Address and note it down
  • Follow the steps provided to fix connection problems then start Internet Explorer again

Did this fix the Windows 10 browser not working problem? If not, try the next solution.

Solution 6: Uninstall and reinstall antivirus program

Sometimes it helps to uninstall your antivirus and reinstall the correct version for Windows 10 operating system. Try this and see if it fixes the Windows 10 browser not working problem, or try the next solution.

Solution 7: Perform a System Restore if Windows 10 browser not working

If you get a Windows 10 browser not working problem on your computer, use System Restore to create restore points using the steps below and see if it helps:

  • Right click Start
  • Select Control Panel
  • Go to System and Security
  • Click System
  • Click Remote Settings on the left panel
  • Click System Restore in the System properties box
  • In the System Restore dialog box, click Choose a different restore point
  • Click Next
  • Click a restore point created before you experienced the problem
  • Click Next
  • Click Finish

Restoring doesn’t affect your personal files. It however removes apps, drivers and updates installed after the restore point was created.

To go back to a restore point, do the following:

  • Right click Start
  • Select Control Panel
  • In the control panel search box, type Recovery
  • Select Recovery
  • Click Open System Restore
  • Click Next
  • Choose the restore point related to the problematic program/app, driver or update
  • Click Next
  • Click Finish

Did this clear the issue? If not, try the next solution.

Solution 8: Create new user profile to fix programs disappearing on Windows

You can create a new user profile then change settings to administrator privileges, and check if the Windows 10 browser not working issue persists.

Here’s how you can create a new user profile:

  • Click Start
  • Select Settings
  • Select Accounts
  • Click Family and other users
  • Click Add someone else to this PC
  • Fill in the form with the user name and password. Your new user account will be created.
  • Click on Change account type
  • Click the drop down arrow and choose Administrator to set the account to administrator level
  • Restart your computer
  • Login to the new account you just created

If the issue goes away, then it may mean your other user profile is corrupted.

You can try the following in case of a corrupted user profile:

  • On your new account, use it to downgrade your usual account
  • Click Apply or Ok
  • Raise back your old account to its default admin level
  • Rinse and repeat a few times as this will help to remove any corruption
  • Leave your account on as Administrator

Check whether the Windows 10 browser not working issue goes away when using the newly created account. If it does, then you can either Fix the old user account or migrate to the new account.

Solution 9: Perform System Maintenance Troubleshooter

The System Maintenance Troubleshooter resolves most of the common system problems. Take the steps below to do this:

  • Click Start
  • Go to the search field box and type Troubleshooting
  • Click on Troubleshooting
  • Click on System and Security
  • Click on System Maintenance
  • Click Next
  • Follow the instructions to run the system maintenance troubleshooter.

If Above steps will not working to fix your problem windows 10 browser not working you can comment here below or dial 1-866-374-7444

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