The task manager of Chrome tells you exactly why. Each extension you run is being run in a separate process too and given the large scroll bar, it shows you have a lot of extensions.
The browser in Google Chrome's taskmanager is the main process. In order for your browser to work, it has to communicate with the rest of the system. So at Chrome launch, all ...
If you are lucky, then Google might still have your website in cache.
Enter site:example.com into Google Search. You get a list of every HTML document indexed by Google.
Click on the small down-pointing triangle next to the URL
Click "In cache"
You will get what Google still got of the HTML document and can download it.
If all of the following conditions apply then you might be able to use a legal method to obtain the data as hinted at in MonkeyZeus's answer:
You live in a jurisdiction to which the GDPR applies (e.g. the UK or an EU member state).
The company is based in a jurisdiction to which the GDPR applies or they are outside the jurisdiction but had a contract with ...
In my case the problem was an invalid self-signed SSL certificate for the site I was visiting. I was deploying a webapp into ISS in a server and this error was shown, when I clicked "Connect" the http://www.gstatic.com/generate_204 issue showed up.
The issue occurs only by using Chrome or Edge (It didn't occur when using FireFox or IE11). The issue ...
This works on Ubuntu with Chrome, based on where I got the information, it will work in Windows also.
Open Chrome (or any application)
Use the Win key (yes, even on ubuntu) with the Shift and the Arrow keys to move the application from one monitor to the next (Shift+Win+Right arrow or Shift+Win+Left arrow) to get it to the monitor you want new windows to ...
If you are receiving the ERR_SSL_BAD_RECORD_MAC_ALERT error from Google Chrome, do the following:
Go to Device Manager Settings on your computer
Go to Network Adapters
Uninstall your WIFI network adapter by right clicking on the adapter name and selecting "Uninstall Device" the system will give you a warning, proceed.... it will then ask if you ...