I have a new Chromebook which I'm very pleased with, except that it has an annoying habit.
Every time I switch it on I get an error message saying "cannot connect to the internet"; a refresh gets rid of the message instantly, and all is then fine.
How can I "get under the bonnet" and kill this message for good?
Thanks for any help.
It could be just slow to connect or your Anti Virus program may be causing a delay.
Thanks for your response Northumbria.
I had a nose around in the settings; instead of closing all open windows before shutting down,I've now set it to resume last session on start up. This seems to have fixed it (fingers crossed!).
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