Fix: This Webpage is Not Available on Windows 11 Browser

When opening a site through a browser like Chrome, Yandex or Edge on Windows 11, the user may see an error that “This Webpage is Not Available” and will not be able to visit this site. The problem when the page is temporarily unavailable or is constantly moved mainly appears due to problems with the site itself, or rather with the server where this site is located. But, it can also be problems in the Windows 11 operating system itself, where there can be problems with DNS, proxies, garbage IP addresses or cookies.

We will explain what to do and how to fix an error when a web page at an address (URL) may be temporarily unavailable or permanently moved to a new address.

This Webpage is Not Available

How to Fix “This Webpage is Not Available” Error on Windows 11 Browser

1. Checking the site itself

First of all, you need to make sure whether the site itself is working on which you are trying to visit. To do this, there are many online services for checking the availability of the site. Go to https://who.is/ and write the name of the domain that does not open in the browser, then click check. After a couple of seconds, you will see the availability of the site, whether it works.

2. Another site and browser

Try to open another site, does it open? In addition, Windows 11 has an Edge browser in which you can try to open broken sites.

3. Disable third-party antivirus

If you have a third-party antivirus or other traffic or computer protection programs installed on your computer or laptop, then temporarily disable them. In addition, the best solution would be to remove and check the availability of the site, since in some antiviruses the firewall will work even if the function of the antivirus itself is disabled. Also, pay attention to whether you have installed security extensions in the browser itself.

4. Reset DNS and IP

If the site administrator changed the domain or moved the site to another server, then it takes 24 hours for the new DNS addresses of the servers to be applied on the Internet. Since Windows 11 stores DNS and IP address locally for re-opening sites quickly, an error when the web page is not available is quite likely.

Press Win + X and launch Terminal (Admin) or PowerShell (Admin), then type the below commands, in turn, pressing Enter after each. Next, restart your PC.

netsh int ip reset
netsh winsock reset catalog
ipconfig /flushdns

5. Change DNS servers

In Windows 11, DNS servers are automatically retrieved, which means from a local ISP, where they can be unstable. Let’s change DNS servers to Google, as they are faster and better process.

  • Press Win + R and type ncpa.cpl to open network adapters.
  • Right-click on the Ethernet or WiFi adapter and select Properties.
  • Highlight IP version 4 (TCP / IPv4) with a mouse click and click on “Properties” below.
  • In the new window, set “Use the following DNS server addresses”
  • Specify Preferred 8.8.8.8 and Alternative 8.8.4.4
  • Check the “Confirm settings on exit” checkbox and OK.

6. Internet properties

Press Win + R and type inetcpl.cpl to open internet properties. Click on “Delete” to clear the logs. Select in the next window all the checkboxes.

Next, go to the “Connections” tab and click on ” Network Settings ” from below. In the new window, there should be a checkmark only in the item “Automatic detection of parameters”.

7. Deleting cookies in the browser

Open your browser and press the key combination Ctrl + H, click on clear history and select all time. Select all the checkboxes and click delete data.

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