If you find your internet connection keeps crashing on you all the time and closing for no obvious reason at all it can be very frustrating, especially when you have to keep opening your browser every few minutes. If this keeps happening it can also lead to system errors as files start to corrupt and lead to windows running slow as well and crashing if this is not fixed.
If you find your web browser keeps crashing here are the steps you need to take to fix this yourself.
#1 Look at your internet connection. If there is a problem with your line you may find your browser stops responding and even appears to freeze The first thing you should do before you start looking at your computer for the answer is to disconnect your router for a few minutes and then reconnect it. It may be the router or you're your line that Is the problem.
#2 If the first step does not work and you are connected to the internet via a LAN connection disconnect the lan cable from your computer. Occasionally garbage information can cause your network connection to stop responding. Disconnect the lan cable from your PC and then reconnect it.
#3 Try a different browser. If internet explorer is crashing try firefox. If another browser works uninstall the browser that is crashing and then reinstall it or upgrade it to resolve this issue. If you are using internet explorer and that is crashing try updating it with windows update which you can find on the windows start menu.
#4 Scan your computer for viruses and malware. Even with antivirus software installed on your computer it is still possible for it to get infected with malicious software that will cause your internet connection to crash.
#5 Empty your temporary internet files and cache. It is possible that some temporary files are infected with malware or are corrupt and are causing your web broswer to keep crashing. Go to the windows start menu and then to accessories, then system tools and then run disk cleanup. Select all the default options and run it.
#6 If your computer still runs slow then there may be malware or registry corruption on your PC. Tarrying to find this manually is an impossible task unless you get lucky. The easiest way to check for this is to run a system and registry scanner. If your computer is infected with hidden malware or has corrupt registry entries then running a scan will help fix it. All you need to do is to download a system scanner and run a full scan. This will help you to find any errors and stop your internet connection crashing on you.