Google Chrome loads very slow. [Solved/Closed]

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- Jun 7, 2019 at 04:47 PM
Hi, I looked on other forums to see if other people had the same problems, but none of the solutions listed there worked.
My problem is:
When using google chrome, the loading thing first turns anticlockwise for ages, and then clockwise and the page loads. I have tried emptying cache, reinstalling twice and resetting. Nothing seems to work. It's not my internet connection because IE and Firefox work fine.
Here's my add-ons:
- Hola
- ABP
- Avast!

OS: Windows 10 T.P.
OS_2: Windows 7
RAM: 2GB
GPU: Nvidia GTX 750 Ti
CPU: 1,8 Ghz

Thanks,
Julz_X
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approved by Jean-François Pillou on Nov 26, 2018
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Hello,

Try this 1.

1) Click on Start --> In search box, type
cmd
--> Then "CMD" will be displayed in the search --> Now right-click on "CMD" ---> Select "Run as administrator".

2) Now enter this command

netsh winsock reset
--> Press Enter.

Restart your PC.

Good Luck

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what is 'netsh winsock'? I don't like doing things to my computer unless I know what I am actually doing.
You're just resetting your network adapter through the command prompt
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> Jamiej -
Can I do this if I am on a network? I am on a workstation that is connected to a network. I'm hoping it will work but afraid to do it. YES, we still have windows 7. :/ Thank you!
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Yes, as long as your network policy allows it. Perform this from an elevated prompt, as instructed.
Hi! Thanks for your help. Do you have to do this every time you restart the computer?
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My Chrome was very slow to load and "netsh winsock reset --> Press Enter."
fixed it. Thanks. (I would have thought google would find an easier fix)