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#1 durkinjt

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Posted 24 November 2014 - 10:48 AM

Is it just my computer, or has anyone else been having problems with Yahoo mail, getting a lot of "having technical difficulty" message lately.
I am using Win 8.1


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Posted 24 November 2014 - 11:39 AM

Hello.

 

It does not matter what kind of operating system you use. It only matters about your internet connection and Yahoo's own servers. Whenever you request for a website like Google, your computer (More accurately, your modem or router, and of course, your browser) "requests" for Google's IP, its DNS, and makes coupe of under-the-hood requests like handshaking and cryptography. However, whenever your internet service provider's server (or line) is down, you will be unable to access anything over the internet. The same goes for Google's own servers. If any of those that concern your area are down, the website is most likely down. 

 

As you can see, it hardly matters what operating system you are using. For me, Yahoo US website is up.



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Posted 24 November 2014 - 02:57 PM

Hello.

 

It does not matter what kind of operating system you use. It only matters about your internet connection and Yahoo's own servers. Whenever you request for a website like Google, your computer (More accurately, your modem or router, and of course, your browser) "requests" for Google's IP, its DNS, and makes coupe of under-the-hood requests like handshaking and cryptography. However, whenever your internet service provider's server (or line) is down, you will be unable to access anything over the internet. The same goes for Google's own servers. If any of those that concern your area are down, the website is most likely down. 

 

As you can see, it hardly matters what operating system you are using. For me, Yahoo US website is up.

Thanks, I was aware of that, just thought I would throw it in. Many others I have spoken to are having problems with Yahoo also., I was just wondering if my internet connection was a problem.






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