Third-party screens; Lenovo Users of Smart Displays with Google Assistant have been complaining for weeks. That they couldn’t access web links. Now we know why.
If you want to open a web link on a third-party Google screen, then you need to do so by sending the link to your phone.
This removal first appeared earlier this year. With non-Nest Hub smart display users.
When the web or a website is unavailable on Third-party Google displays
If Digital Wellbeing filters are enabled or a supervised account for a child under 13 (or under the applicable age in your country). It is associated with your smart display. So you can choose to Allow websites in Digital Wellbeing settings if your smart display allows it.
- At the bottom, tap Start Start then Settings Settings then Digital Wellbeing
- Select your smart display.
- Tap Additional Commands.
- Under ‘Websites’, tap Allow websites, then tap Save.
If the option is greyed out and you cannot change it, your smart display does not have. internet access because your hardware cannot run Safe Search technology or your account does not have access to change this setting.
To see a page that requires additional information in Internet Explorer,
click on the next button to remove the direction bar, click on the button. click on the button office. Plugins you can manage include Browser Helper Objects, ActiveX Controls, Toolbar Extensions, Browser Bars, Browser Extensions, Search Providers, Accelerators, and Settings. tracking protection. To manage plugins:
- Start Internet Explorer for the desktop.
- Under Show, tap or click All add-ons, then disable them all by tapping or clicking each one, then select Disable.
- Tap or click Close
If you can access the Internet, the problem involves an installed plugin. Re-enable each plugin one at a time and test to determine which plugin is causing the problem.
Remove any third-party antivirus from your system by following the instructions given by the developers of those programs.
To determine if a third-party program or service is conflicting with Internet Explorer, follow these steps:
- Tap or click the Search icon, type config in the search box, and then tap or click the System Configuration icon that appears.
- Click or tap the Services tab and check the Hide all Microsoft services box, then click Disable all.
- Tap or click the Home tab.
- Tap or click Disable All in the lower right corner, then click OK.
- You will be quicker to restart your computer. After restarting, try Internet Explorer for an online connection. Depending on the result, go to the section The connection works or the section The connection still does not working.
- If the connection works, a third-party program or service may be conflicting with Internet Explorer.
- Click or tap the Services tab, then check the Hide all Microsoft services box. Select half of the items listed, then click OK.
- Restart the computer, then try Internet Explorer.
- Repeat steps 1-4 until you have identified the conflicting service with Internet Explorer.
- If you are not using the conflicting service, we recommend that you remove it or configure the service so that it does not start when the computer starts. If you can’t find a service that is causing the problem, open System Setup again, click the Startup tab, and repeat steps 3-5.
If the Connection still not working
- If the connection still does not work, re-enable all programs, then go to the Temporarily disable the firewall section.
- Tap or click the Services tab, then enable all programs.
- Click or tap the Startup tab, enable all programs, and then click OK. Restart the PC.
- Updating old drivers and modifying registry keys
- Check for Windows Updates for Drivers
Even if you already receive automatic updates, you can manually check for and install updated drivers in Optional Updates. Windows Update doesn’t automatically install optional updates, but we let you know when some are available and then let you choose whether or not to install them. Open Windows Update in Control Panel by swiping up from the right edge of the screen, tapping Search
Compatible Smart Displays:
- You can’t access the web if Digital Wellbeing filters are enabled or if a supervised account.
- Explicit Account – This feature is enabled for everyone and cannot be disabled. Find out why explicit websites are filtered.
On Smart Displays, you can get web results from Google Assistant or go directly to a website.
If you enable content filters in your Digital Wellbeing settings and don’t allow websites. You can choose to allow websites at any time in your Digital Wellbeing settings.