I'm sorry about the issue. Does this issue occur in all websites? Or in a particular website only?
Do you have windows xp, vista, or 7, or 8, 10?Please reply at the box below. Thank you,
In Internet Explorer program, click on the gear / wheel icon at the upper right corner, then click on Internet Options (or click on the Tools menu at the top, then click on Internet Options, or open Control Panel, then open Network and Internet / Internet Options)
, then click on Languages button near the bottom
, then if you see any foreign language there, then click on it, then click on Remove button
, then click on Add... button
, then scroll down, then click on English (United Sates) [en-US], then click OK
, then click OK, and OK again.
- Then close Internet Explorer program, then re-open it and check.
- If there is still any issue, please check the questions above, and let me know when this issue first occurred.
Please reply back to continue. Thank you,
By the way, instead of using Internet Explorer browser program, you can use a better browser Internet program called Mozilla Firefox:
Please let me know. Thank you,
You're welcome. Great. Google Chrome is also a better internet browser program. Yahoo email server / website was down recently, but it is working fine now; Yahoo should work fine in your Chrome now. But if there is still any issue (i.e., if yahoo is still not working in Chrome or if Chrome / internet is slow, etc.), please try the following fix in Google Chrome:
- Click on the 3-dot (or 3-bar) icon at the upper right corner in Chrome, then select History, then click on History. Then click on Clear browsing data... at the top, then click on the dropdown list at the top. Then uncheck all boxes, then check only the boxes at the two options Cached images and files, and Hosted app data. Then click on Clear browsing data at bottom, then wait a bit, then check yahoo website and other websites.
- If that still does not work, click on the 3-dot (or 3-bar) icon at the upper right corner in Chrome, then select Settings, then scroll down to bottom, then click on Show advanced settings... if shown. Then scroll down to bottom, then click on Reset settings, then click on Reset. Then wait a bit, and check internet / websites. If needed, close Google Chrome program, then wait a bit, then check again.