As a great email service provider, Gmail has responded to user wishes by becoming a reliable and full-featured email client. Occasionally, problems can arise with Gmail, the most common of which is Gmail’s loading problem. For users, this problem can be frustrating and confusing.
There are many email services offered by companies around the world. Many companies around the world provide email services. Gmail is one of the leading email service companies in the world. Users can access these built-in features to share important information between different email accounts. With these features, users can share a lot of data between different email accounts.
Why Gmail won’t load
There are several reasons why Gmail may not load or load correctly. Your browser may not be compatible with Gmail, or a browser extension may be preventing Gmail from working. You may need to clear your browser cache and cookies. There may be a problem with Gmail or your Internet connection. It’s also possible that your privacy settings are interfering with Gmail.
Whatever the cause, there are several troubleshooting steps, from simple to advanced, that is likely to solve your Gmail problems.
First of all, do this…
You’re probably wondering, “Why is Gmail not loading in Chrome?” Well, there are several reasons for that, and we’ll discuss them along with the solutions. However, there are some initial troubleshooting steps to take before jumping into workarounds. In most cases, Gmail will boot properly after you perform the following steps:
- Reboot your computer and see if that fixes the problem.
- Use another browser to see if the problem is isolated to Chrome.
- Rename or delete Google Chrome from your cache and see if it loads.
- Disable all extensions, then restart the browser. This will help you determine if any of them are preventing Gmail from loading in Chrome.
- Make sure you have the latest version of Chrome. Click on the gear icon, then select About Google Chrome. A new window will open with the version number of your browser. Check to see if an update is available.
How do I fix the fact that Gmail won’t load in Chrome?
- Reboot your device and see if it helps.
- Try using a different browser
- Remove Google Chrome from your cache or rename it and see if it loads.
- Uninstall those extensions and restart your browser to see if any of them are preventing Gmail from loading in Chrome.
- Make sure you have the latest version of Chrome by clicking on the gear icon and selecting “About Google Chrome” to open a window with the version number and see if an update is available.
Browse incognito or in private mode
- On your computer, open Chrome.
- Click the More new Incognito window in the upper right corner.
- A new window will appear. Look for the Incognito icon in the top corner.
- You can also use a keyboard shortcut to open the incognito window: press Ctrl + Shift + n.
Clear your cache and cookies
- On your computer, open Chrome.
- Click More in the upper right corner
- Click More Tools > Clear Navigation Data.
- Select the time range at the top. To delete everything, select All Time.
- Select the Cookies and other website data and Cached images and files checkboxes.
- Click Clear data.
Check browser or app extensions
Sometimes these add-ons or extensions in Chrome can prevent Gmail from loading.
You can temporarily disable them one at a time and use Gmail again to see if that solves the problem.
Try using Gmail incognito, in private mode, or without extensions. Try temporarily disabling these extensions and apps one at a time, then use Gmail again to see if that solves the problem.
Check Gmail Labs.
If you enabled Labs, open Gmail at this link and disable Labs one by one to see which one is preventing Gmail from loading. To disable them, follow these steps:
- Open Gmail.
- Click Settings in the upper-right corner
- Click Settings.
- Click the Labs tab.
- Next to any activated labs, select Disable.
- Click Save Changes at the bottom of the page.
Check to see if any security software is blocking your Gmail download.
Sometimes security programs, such as a firewall or antivirus software, can prevent Gmail from loading in Windows 10. Check to see if Windows Defender is blocking Gmail from loading, turn it off, and try loading Gmail again. You can also leave Defender enabled and turn off the cloud part instead.
Resetting your browser
- Open Chrome.
- Click on the Details button
- Click Settings
- Click the Advanced button.
- Under Reset, select Reset
- Confirm by clicking on Reset Settings.
Note: This resets Google’s default search engine, home page and tabs, new tab, pinned tabs, content settings, cookies and website data, extensions, and themes. The new settings will also apply to all devices to which you are connected.
- Open Google Chrome and type chrome://net-internals in the URL bar.
- Click on “Export.”
- Scroll down to the bottom of the screen to go to the “Watersheds” section.
- Select “floating” pools of outlets
- Try rebooting Gmail
Manually disable extensions
To disable extensions, you need to run Chrome with the Disable Extensions command-line option. This may not disable all extensions, but only hide them, making Chrome believe that none of them are installed. You will need to manually disable them. To do this, you must do the following:
- Open the User Data folder.
- Open the Preferences file in a text editor.
- Scroll down to the line where the preference blocks start.
- Each extension has its own block in the preference block. To deactivate them, change their status from 1 to 0.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Tap your account and make sure that you have "Gmail Sync" enabled.
- Open "Settings" > "Apps and Notifications" > "App info" -> "Gmail" > "Storage"> "Clear data" > "OK".
- When you're done, restart your device and see if it has the desired effect. In most cases, it will work.
Step 1: Update your Gmail app. Update your Gmail app to get the latest fixes for problems with sending or receiving emails.
Step 2: Restart your device.
Step 3: Check your settings.
Step 4: Clear your memory.
Step 5: Check your password.
Step 6: Delete your Gmail information.
Your antivirus software or unwanted malware may be preventing Chrome from opening. A program or process running on your computer may be causing problems with Chrome. You can restart your computer to see if that solves the problem.
- Check to see if your Internet connection is working. If it isn't, there are four things you can do to fix the problem.
- Make sure you're using the correct mail server settings.
- Confirm that your password is working.
- Make sure there are no security conflicts caused by your firewall or antivirus software.