How to Fix Err_Connection_Closed error on Windows 10?


How to Fix Err_Connection_Closed error on Windows 10?
While visiting any of the websites or browsing multiple pages, if you receive a error message says that This Webpage is not available, ERR_Connection_Closed message and your website continue to fails to load, then it simply indicate that there is problem in your network connection. You might get some similar errors including ERR_Network_Changed, ERR_Connection_Reset and also ERR_Internet_disconnected errors in some different browsers like Chrome, Edge, and also in Firefox.
Steps to Fix ERR_Connection_Closed
As it’s a network issue, the Windows 10 PC and your internet connection only responsible for this type of errors. You just need to make sure to try refreshing your browser before following the steps of fix ERR Connection Closed issue. Before continuing the process, first, check your internet connection and then press CTRL+5 together to reload the web page and then check if this work or not. The steps are discussed below, try to follow these steps in ascending order to make the process easy and trouble-free.


1.    Check your Network Cables, Restart Your Router and Reconnect
First, you need to confirm that your cables are in place either to your PC or your router or working properly. If you connect through Wi-Fi, then you need to restart your router once. And finally, you can always make windows to forget the Wi-Fi which you are already connected to and then reconnect it with again.
2.    Remove Proxy
1.     Press Windows Key + R in the combination.
2.     Then, type “inetcpl.cpl.”
3.     Press Enter to open Internet Properties.
4.     Alternatively, Go to Connections tab.
5.     Choose LAN settings.
6.     Now, uncheck the option “Use a Proxy Server for your LAN, and you need to make sure “Automatically detect settings” is checked.
7.     Click on the OK button.
8.     Finally, restart your PC.
3.    Flush DNS, Reset Winsock and Reset TCP/IP
Sometimes, the DNS in your PC still remembers old IP, so that the websites don’t resolve the error. So first make sure to Flush the DNS, Reset Winsock and also Reset TCP/IP.
4.    Temporarily Disable Antivirus and Firewall
Antivirus and Firewall both are like a security guard for the OS. If it marks those malicious websites or even it considers it because of some false-positive effects, then the response of those sites will be blocked permanently. So, first try to disable both the antivirus and firewall from the PC and see if this work for your system. If it worked, then you will have to add those sites as an exception, and then you need to enable it. Then, it should surely work for you.
5.    Disable the Browser Extension
Sometimes, a few extensions can also cause so many problems. So you need to make sure first and disable all extensions from the PC and then try accessing the website. We also suggest you use the Incognito mode and then check you can access the websites. If anyone using Chrome, then use the Clean Up tool to scan for your browser malware issues.

Jeniffer Leio is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, She written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as office.com/setup

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