Windows computer wont let me upload Pictures to websites

Windows 10 is a great operating system, and the same can be said about many of the computers it powers. But there comes a time when things just fail to work as expected, and one of those problems is the inability to upload images. A lot of Windows 10 users have suffered from this problem at least once. Now, while it’s just a minor issue, it can be a pain for those who upload images on a regular basis. So, the question right now is whether or not this problem can be rectified.

Cannot upload Photos to websites

To that, we have to deliver a resounding yes. From our extensive experience, the inability to upload images has nothing to with your computer’s hardware, but the software. In many cases, this is a web browser problem or even a block from your Internet Service Provider.

1] Check if a browser extension is a cause

Cannot upload Photos to websites

From time to time, browser extensions, while great to have, can cause problems for a web browser. If you’ve installed several extensions, then figuring which one is the culprit could take a while, but not too long.

This post will show you how to Manage Browser Add-ons & Extensions. Right there should be good enough information for most. Just bear in mind that when all extensions have been disabled, please enable them one-by-one in a bid to detect the bad behaving extension.

Once you’ve figured which one is causing all of this mess, please disable it and wait for an update before enabling it again.

2] Reset the web browser

Hopefully, the first option works because no one wants to go through the trouble of resetting their web browser. Doing this will delete all history, passwords, bookmarks, and more, so it’s never a great idea.

However, if your content is saved to the cloud, then resetting your web browser should be a walk in the park without a single worry.

These posts will show you how to Reset Chrome | Firefox | Edge.

3] Change your browser

Maybe there is an underlying problem with your web browser, so in that case, we recommend selecting a different tool to browse the web with. Several web browsers are available on the web today, therefore, no one should have a single problem finding a replacement.

Hope something helps.

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Vamien McKalin possesses the awesome power of walking on water like a boss. He's also a person who enjoys writing about technology, comics, video games, and anything related to the geek world.

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