How to fix issues that only Microsoft Edge has access to Internet with Windows 10: - After updating your system, if you can only connect to the Internet using Microsoft Edge, your device has some network related issues. When you hover your mouse over the Internet access icon, the Connected status is displayed. But you can't use Google Chrome to open some website. Show the error message; “This web page is not available” “ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED”.
Other browsers like Mozilla Firefox would not load the webpage you want. The reason for this could be bad DNS. Or your TCP / IP stack was damaged during the upgrade process. You can work around this problem by resetting the TCP / IP stack to its default settings. To do this, follow these steps:
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- Log in cmd in the search box on your computer's taskbar. The right mouse button in Symbol of the system and choose Run as administrator option.
- Type the following command and press the Enter key.
restart of netsh winsock
The Netsh winsock command is run to restore the Winsock catalog to clean or default settings.
- You will get a message as the picture shows if it is successful. Don't restart your computer now.
- Enter the following command before rebooting the system.
restart ip netsh int
The Reset command overwrites two registry keys used by TCP / IP. In other words, remove and reinstall TCP / IP.
You will be able to open browsers such as Chrome and Firefox upon restart. These commands restore a list of settings. For some commands you will find Access denied Message. Do not worry. Most of the settings we need will be reset. The next time you are having internet connection problems, it may be due to this problem. Try the following steps. Type these commands at the command prompt. Your problem will be solved. Now go ahead. Happy surfing!