How to Fix Hmm, we can’t reach this page error in Microsoft Edge - Windows Basics


Tuesday, October 2, 2018

How to Fix Hmm, we can’t reach this page error in Microsoft Edge

Getting hmm we can’t reach this page Error on Microsoft Edge Browser While suffering on Internet or open any website ? But on same time, Same Website open On different Browser ( chrome, Firefox etc ), Internet connection working properly only having issue with Edge Browser responds hmm we can’t reach this page error. And prevent users from connecting to certain webpages
Mostly users report This Error after recent windows Upgrade, Edge Browser respond hmm we can’t reach this page and unable to access certain Webpages. And This Error mostly occur if DNS client service may be stopped/ Disabled unexpectedly After recent upgrade, Some other reason are Wrong proxy settings, VPN client, Antivirus or firewall also can be responsible for creating this error.

Fix: “Hmm, we can’t reach this page” error in Microsoft Edge
Solution 1: Change DNS server addresses

1.Open Control Panel and click on Network and Internet.
2.Next, click Network and Sharing Center then click on Change adapter settings.
3.If you are connected to internet through Wireless adapter or LAN adapter, right click on that adapter and select Properties.
4.Now select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) and click Properties.
5.Checkmark “Use the following DNS server addresses” and type the following:
Preferred DNS server:
Alternate DNS server:
6.Close everything and you may be able to Fix Hmm, we can’t reach this page error in Microsoft Edge.

Solution 2: Make sure DNS client is running
1.Press Win + R, type services.msc and hit enter key
2.Find the DNS Client service
3.If the service is running normally, move on to another solution, if not, right-click on it, and go to Properties
4.Now, click on Start, and set Startup type to Automatic
5.Save changes and restart your computer.

Solution 3: Change your network to Public/Private
1.Press Windows Key+ R then type regedit and hit Enter to open Registry Editor.
2.Navigate to the following Registry Key:
3.Now under Profiles, there would be many subkeys, you need to find your current network connection(you will see the name of your network connection under Description).
4.From the left-hand window pane select the subkeys under profiles in the right window pane look under description to find your current network connection.
5.Once you have successfully located your network connection profile, double-click on Category DWORD.
6.Now if the registry value is set to 1 then change it to 0 or if it’s set to 0 then change it to 1.
  • 0 means Public
  • 1 means Private

7.Reboot your PC to save changes and again try to access the website in Edge.

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