In the past, have had too many experiences where one of Microsoft’s updates renders something within my system as un-functional, and I am almost 100% positive that this is occurring again, however, I cannot pin point which update is doing this, nor exactly what is causing this issues.
What is happening is I cannot get Chrome to access the internet, at all. It is crucial for me to have this service, since this is my #1 choice for internet browsers, and (since I develop web-sites) I require it to work out cross-compatibility issues.
Microsoft has been increasingly aggressive in its attempts to push consumers to download Windows 10.
Starting today, the company is upping the ante once again.
The error you will typically get is “An error occurred while Windows was synchronizing with time. In the Internet Time Settings dialog, you can change the default server by choosing an item from the drop-down, or you can type in a new entry.
Microsoft has stressed that end users who begin the upgrade process will still have the option to say “No” before the upgrade begins, but I’m dubious of this for several reasons.
Adobe and Microsoft separately issued updates on Tuesday to fix a slew of security flaws in their products.
Adobe patched dozens of holes in its Flash Player, Acrobat and Reader products.
I cannot work without this, so please, I do not need Firefox, Opera, IE, etc… I require as many popular browsers as possible, so that I may perform my ‘job’ as best as I can, and in all honesty, I find that chrome suites my profession better than other browsers.
Now, with that out of the way, every browser that I have installed (IE, Opera, Firefox, Safari) all work fine, except for Chrome, and I only experience this problem after I update Windows 7.