After windows update some websites take now up to 30 seconds to open.

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  1. Posts : 1,026
    Win10 Version 21H2 19044.1645
       #11

    Try3 said:
    Johannes,

    No.

    I was addressing csun. csun said he would post the entries for you to investigate.
    I don't know that there will be Event log entries related to your problem so only csun can help you.


    Denis

    Misunderstood. Meaning was that error codes will be provided for OP to research. Below is error code 41 summary.

    @Johannes - Is your system current with all updates, including from the manufacturer ? I think the problem may be with your internet connection. Did you contact the ISP ?

    One other thing, disable any extensions, including adblocker and AV, you have on the browsers and see if any difference. Lastly, consider a refresh/reinstall of the browsers.


    How to Fix Code 41 Errors in Device Manager
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  2. Posts : 192
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       #12

    csun said:
    Misunderstood. Meaning was that error codes will be provided for OP to research. Below is error code 41 summary.

    @Johannes - Is your system current with all updates, including from the manufacturer ? I think the problem may be with your internet connection. Did you contact the ISP ?

    One other thing, disable any extensions, including adblocker and AV, you have on the browsers and see if any difference. Lastly, consider a refresh/reinstall of the browsers.


    How to Fix Code 41 Errors in Device Manager
    I do check regularly for updates for windows 10 and HP, so I think that all is up to date.
    I shall first disable the ad blocker and other extensions before contacting my ISP and see if that may be problem.
    Thanks again.
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  3. Posts : 16,949
    Windows 10 Home x64 Version 22H2 Build 19045.4170
       #13

    Johannes said:
    The shutdown error was caused by me when I initially thought that there was something wrong when the loading circle kept on spinning for so much longer than normal.
    Forcing Windows off by holding down the power button for several seconds should only be done when you have no choice because the OS has frozen.
    Every time you do it you risk corruption of your user account profile.
    You might wish to take the precaution of creating a spare, local, password-protected Admin account just in case - see
    my ditty - Create two spare local, password-protected Admin accounts [post #2] in Windows 10, 11 - TenForums


    All the best,
    Denis
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  4. Posts : 192
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       #14

    Try3 said:
    Forcing Windows off by holding down the power button for several seconds should only be done when you have no choice because the OS has frozen.
    Every time you do it you risk corruption of your user account profile.
    You might wish to take the precaution of creating a spare, local, password-protected Admin account just in case - see
    my ditty - Create two spare local, password-protected Admin accounts [post #2] in Windows 10, 11 - TenForums


    All the best,
    Denis
    I actually tried first to X out the loading page, when that did not work, I went the regular route windows logo, power button shutdown, but that did not work. reading your link, I should not push the PC power button for as long I did.
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  5. Posts : 16,949
    Windows 10 Home x64 Version 22H2 Build 19045.4170
       #15

    It's worth trying to find other ways that avoid having to force a shutdown. But sometimes you end up with no choice.

    In addition to what you tried, you could open Task manager & try to close applications from its Processes tab.
    Code:
    taskmgr.exe
    Open Task Manager - TenForumsTutorials
    After windows update some websites take now up to 30 seconds to open.-task-mgr-processes-end-task.png


    All the best,
    Denis
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  6. Posts : 192
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       #16

    Try3 said:
    It's worth trying to find other ways that avoid having to force a shutdown. But sometimes you end up with no choice.

    In addition to what you tried, you could open Task manager & try to close applications from its Processes tab.
    Code:
    taskmgr.exe
    Open Task Manager - TenForumsTutorials
    After windows update some websites take now up to 30 seconds to open.-task-mgr-processes-end-task.png


    All the best,
    Denis
    I forgot to mention that it was also something I tried.
    Therefore my decision to use the PC power button to shutdown and restart.
    So far, I have followed all suggestions, but the problem still persist.
    Some websites open real fast like before the problem started and some do not.
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  7. Posts : 16,949
    Windows 10 Home x64 Version 22H2 Build 19045.4170
       #17

    Johannes,

    I joined in this thread because I thought I had something to offer about its references to Event viewer.

    The only advice I have seen that might be relevant to your situation is
    AvoidPageNotFound - CaledonKen post #2 - TenForums
    and, as I think was suggested by somebody else earlier on in this thread,
    Flush DNS Cache - TenForums
    Flush DNS Resolver Cache - TenForumsTutorials

    Personally, I don't think they are relevant. The fact that some websites open normally makes me think that there is some shortcoming in your browser.
    Therefore I suggest that you test both the good & bad websites in more than one browser - Edge, Firefox, ... and report the results.
    - Install / reinstall at least one third-party browser from scratch so that there is no possibility that your previous settings are the cause of the problem.
    - Include at least these parameters as columns in your results:
    browser,
    whether newly installed/reinstalled for this test,
    web address tested,
    result [seemingly normal loading, seemingly inexplicable delays in loading, ...].


    I won't be able to interpret your results but hopefully somebody else will join in who will be able to.
    @Caledon Ken - Do you have any thoughts?


    Best of luck,
    Denis
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  8. Posts : 192
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       #18

    Try3 said:
    Johannes,

    I joined in this thread because I thought I had something to offer about its references to Event viewer.

    The only advice I have seen that might be relevant to your situation is
    AvoidPageNotFound - CaledonKen post #2 - TenForums
    and, as I think was suggested by somebody else earlier on in this thread,
    Flush DNS Cache - TenForums
    Flush DNS Resolver Cache - TenForumsTutorials
    Personally, I don't think they are relevant. The fact that some websites open normally makes me think that there is some shortcoming in your browser.
    Therefore I suggest that you test both the good & bad websites in more than one browser - Edge, Firefox, ... and report the results.
    - Install / reinstall at least one third-party browser from scratch so that there is no possibility that your previous settings are the cause of the problem.
    - Include at least these parameters as columns in your results:
    browser,
    whether newly installed/reinstalled for this test,
    web address tested,
    result [seemingly normal loading, seemingly inexplicable delays in loading, ...].


    I won't be able to interpret your results but hopefully somebody else will join in who will be able to.
    @Caledon Ken - Do you have any thoughts?



    Best of luck,
    Denis
    Thanks, I am going to try those suggestions.
    Since I did test the same websites in Edge and Google Chrome already, I shall start with installing a third browser.

    - - - Updated - - -

    Johannes said:
    Thanks, I am going to try those suggestions.
    Since I did test the same websites in Edge and Google Chrome already, I shall start with installing a third browser.
    I did first follow the DNS etc. links and then downloaded Firefox.
    The problem websites do now open at normal speed.
    Since it seems to be a problem with Edge and Google Chrome, would it help if I uninstalled those and re-install them so that i can have them as an extra browser in case I need it?
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  9. Posts : 16,949
    Windows 10 Home x64 Version 22H2 Build 19045.4170
       #19

    I would think that uninstalling then reinstalling Chrome would sort out any problems it had. If uninstallation involved a stage at which you were asked to confirm that all exiting settings should be deleted then I think you'd have to accept that option.

    I don't know if it is possible to uninstall then reinstall Edge but these tutorials look relevant to achieving the same end.
    Completely Reset Edge to Default - TenForumsTutorials
    Reset Edge Settings to Default -TenForumsTutorials


    Just to show you that I am also human, there's a financial website that I use that repeatedly suddenly logs me out and falsely accuses me of having clicked on my browser's Back button.
    It's been doing it in three browsers.
    It does it less often in Edge but I hardly ever use Edge [which makes me think it's got something to do with temporary files or a cache but clearing these has no effect].
    I've never found a solution or even an explanation.


    Best of luck,
    Denis
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  10. Posts : 192
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #20

    Try3 said:
    I would think that uninstalling then reinstalling Chrome would sort out any problems it had. If uninstallation involved a stage at which you were asked to confirm that all exiting settings should be deleted then I think you'd have to accept that option.

    I don't know if it is possible to uninstall then reinstall Edge but these tutorials look relevant to achieving the same end.
    Completely Reset Edge to Default - TenForumsTutorials
    Reset Edge Settings to Default -TenForumsTutorials


    Just to show you that I am also human, there's a financial website that I use that repeatedly suddenly logs me out and falsely accuses me of having clicked on my browser's Back button.
    It's been doing it in three browsers.
    It does it less often in Edge but I hardly ever use Edge [which makes me think it's got something to do with temporary files or a cache but clearing these has no effect].
    I've never found a solution or even an explanation.


    Best of luck,
    Denis
    Resetting Edge and deleting and re-installing Google Chrome fixed the problem.
    Hereby I like to thank all you guys for the patience and help I received.
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