Server Status

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URL Checked:http://google.com
Response Time:

The History Records table provides you the information about server status activity of Google.com including date of the checks, connection time, service availability status for the last checks:


Date Time Ping Status
January 18, 17 14:57 0.1693 microseconds UP
January 17, 17 19:27 0.5059 microseconds UP
January 16, 17 21:56 0.1684 microseconds UP
January 14, 17 05:13 0.0874 microseconds UP
January 13, 17 17:28 0.2350 microseconds UP
January 11, 17 12:06 0.0832 microseconds UP
January 11, 17 07:29 0.0839 microseconds UP
January 10, 17 15:42 0.1111 microseconds UP
January 9, 17 23:16 0.1080 microseconds UP
January 5, 17 22:45 0.0901 microseconds UP
January 4, 17 23:25 0.0920 microseconds UP
January 2, 17 02:11 0.1161 microseconds UP
January 1, 17 18:56 0.0911 microseconds UP
January 1, 17 13:06 0.0869 microseconds UP
December 31, 16 13:39 0.0926 microseconds UP
December 29, 16 19:01 0.0947 microseconds UP
December 29, 16 02:56 0.4390 microseconds UP
December 29, 16 02:54 0.4340 microseconds UP
December 23, 16 05:50 0.4540 microseconds UP
December 23, 16 05:49 0.4457 microseconds UP

UP Google.com is up and reachable right now.
If you have the problem with accessing Google.com. Here are the top three solutions you can try:

Solution 1: Clear Browser Cache and Cookies

  • Clear all the browser temporary cache on your browser. For the Instruction including Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari and Opera Browser.
  • After clearing the cache, Press Ctrl + F5 for Full Refresh to make a real time connection to the Google.com.

Solution 2: Use Alternative Browsers

If you are using Mozilla Firefox, you can try another browser such as Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari and Opera Browser. Here you can find Download links. All browsers are available for FREE.

Solution 3: Clear Local DNS Cache

Sometime the computer has trouble reaching a certain web site because of a corrupt local DNS cache. Here is the Instruction on how to clear your local DNS cache in your computer for all Windows, Mac OS X and Linux users.

In case you tried all the solutions but could not solving the problem. You can report the issue and ask other for help in the following comment section. We love to hear from you!


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