At times, your browser may redirect a domain to a different one. However, if you search the site using an incognito window, it should display correctly. If you’re experiencing this unwanted redirect, don’t worry. In the following sections, we’ll provide solutions for fixing it.
Why browser is redirecting me to another site?
One scenario that can cause this issue is when you visit a website and encounter a problem that results in being redirected to another site. This redirection can be saved as a cookie in your browser, causing automatic redirection to occur the next time you search for the same domain.
Notice: When faced with this issue, individuals typically attempt to clear their cookies using the “ctrl+shift+R” shortcut. However, it is important to note that this shortcut only clears the cookies of the current site being viewed. If the browser redirects to a different domain and the shortcut is used, the cookies of the second domain will be cleared instead of the initial one.
How to Fix Browser Unwanted Redirect
We will use Chrome to solve this problem, which involves a few easy steps and you can use it for any browser.
1 First, open Chrome on your computer. Next, click on the three dots in the upper right corner of the browser window. From there, select “Settings” from the drop-down menu.
2Click on “Privacy and Security.” and then click on the “Clear browsing data.”
When you click on “Clear browsing data,” a dialog box will appear.
3To clear data, click on the “basic” tab, select all options, and then click on “clear data.”
Your issue should now be solved.
I have encountered a similar issue in the past, and I was able to successfully resolve it by clearing my cookies in the settings. If this solution does not work for you, I am available to provide further assistance. Please do not hesitate to ask for help in the comments section, and I will do my best to assist you in any way possible.