When you are trying to view the most visited sites, but instead, you get this error: The page you’re looking for can’t be found.
This error may occur due to several types of reasons.
Some of these reasons are * Your browser settings * The webpage you are trying to check * The IP address of the website In this article, we will explore the common problems related to this error message, and you will also learn how you can fix them.
- If you want to know which websites you’ve been visiting on your Chrome browser, you can find it in Chrome’s Settings section.
- Since Chrome’s default settings are private, you will have to change the privacy settings in order to see the most visited sites.
- With just a few clicks, you can enable Incognito mode, and that will clear your browsing history.
Clear the browser history
- Open Google Chrome.
- Click the Menu button on the browser’s toolbar.
- Select the History option.
- Click the Clear browsing data button.
- Select the Time range option to delete all browsing activity in the past 24 hours.
- Select the Cached images and files, Cookies and other site and plug-in data and Other data options.
- Click the Clear data button.
Reset the browser
- Go to More Tools and Extensions on Google Chrome.
- Then, select the Reset button.
- Restart Google Chrome browser.
- Disable Tabs
Open Google Chrome.
- Go to Settings, then click on Extensions.
- Disable all extensions.
- Restart Google Chrome.
- Change Default Tab
Go to Google Chrome and click on More Tools.
- Select Options.
- Open Browsing.
- Click on Tabs under Default.
- Select New Window.
- Click Apply and OK to save your changes.
Enable download history
- In Chrome, select the three dots to open the menu, and select Settings.
- Now, select Site settings, next to Personal Stuff, and enable the Download history option.
- Clear cache
Open Chrome, select the three dots to open the menu, and select Settings.
- Now, select Privacy followed by Clear browsing data.
- Here, enable the Cache option, check the other items, and click on the Clear data button.
Reinstall Google Chrome
- Open Chrome and navigate to Settings > Advanced.
- Select Reset .
- When prompted, select Reset Settings to remove all your synced data/settings.
- Then, click on Reset.