Do you find that pictures are not loading in Chrome even after refreshing the page multiple times? The issue could be likely due to a change in browser settings, done manually or due to some updates installed. This guide offers some very practical solutions to fix the issue.
How to fix pictures are not loading in Chrome on Mac?
Before you venture out to try something different or uninstall the browser in utter hopelessness, try these basic troubleshooting steps to fix the pictures are not loading issue in Chrome on your MacBook.
- Delete your browsing data
- Enable Sites to Display Images in Chrome
These solutions also work when images don’t show or appear slow to load upon searching images on images.google.com. Also, do you know How to stop geotagging images in iPhone Camera app.
Why are images not loading in Chrome on Mac?
There’s no single reason that can be attributed to the issue. However, it’s a fairly easy-to-fix problem.
1] Delete your browsing data
Launch the Chrome browser. At the top right, click the More menu, seen as three vertical dots.
Click More tools > Clear browsing data.
Here, select a time range, like the Last hour or All time.
Choose the types of information you would want to remove. Hit the Clear data button.
Please note that if you clear cookies and have sync turned on, Chrome will keep you signed into your Google Account and your cookies will be removed from other devices and your Google Account.
2] Enable Sites to Display Images in Chrome
Chrome has a setting that allows you to selectively enable or disable option the loading of images in your web browser. So, if someone has knowingly or unknowingly turned Off this option, you must turn the option back ‘On’ to see the pictures in the Chrome browser or when you visit websites.
Open Chrome, select the three dots at the top-right corner and choose Settings.
Scroll down to the Privacy and Security section on the left and select Site Settings on the right.
Scroll down the page to locate the Images option. When found, check the Sites can show images option. Once done, restart the browser to allow the changes to take effect.
In the Chrome browser, click More > Settings. Then, navigate to the Privacy and Security section.
That’s all there is to it. Hope that makes sense!