Click the Google Chrome icon on your desktop to open the browser. Click the "Menu" icon on the upper-right side of the browser window, then click the "Settings" option.
Click the "Show Advanced Settings" link at the bottom of the browser page. A menu appears on the same page underneath the link just clicked.
Find the "Privacy" subhead in bold and then click on the "Content Settings" button located just underneath it. A dialog window opens on the screen.
A DNS, or domain name system, server error occurs when the client, or Web browser, cannot communicate with the DNS server either because there is an issue with DNS routing to the domain or the server is down. The DNS server is responsible for converting the website URL, or uniform resource locator, into an IP address that is required for actual communication. DNS errors are the most common errors received by users while browsing the Web.Full Answer >
Third-party cookies are enabled in the settings of a Web browser. The process for each browser is slightly different, but it is an easy setting to change and does not require specific technical knowledge.Full Answer >
By opening the options menu of a Web browser, numerous settings can be altered, including the homepage. As an AOL user, it is convenient to have AOL as a homepage to access account information, news and more.Full Answer >
Most modern Wi-Fi routers allow owners to specify passwords for their Wi-Fi network in the router's Web-based configuration utility, often accessed in a Web browser at the address 192.168.1.1. After logging into the utility, users can enter a password for the network and change its encryption settings.Full Answer >