If you use the Chrome browser, sometimes you might see an “Aw Snap” error when you open the browser.
That means Chrome is having a problem connecting to the site. Normally, just hitting the refresh button will fix it. But if the problem persists, there are a few things you can try.
First, let’s try clearing the cache. Press Ctrl +Shift+ Delete and choose to clear cached images and files.
If that doesn’t help, try checking your Internet connection. If you’ve just powered up your PC, it might still be in the process of connecting completely to the Internet. Or if you don’t leave it connected to the Internet at all times, it could still be in the process of logging on. If your PC is already connected to the Internet, take a closer look at the connection. Is it consistently strong?
If the Internet connection isn’t the issue, it could be a memory problem. If you have just turned on your computer, you might have a lot of processes going on at startup that are using taking up memory and slowing the process of loading the web page. Try closing other open apps running on your PC.
Let me know if any of this helps.