Do you see an error called object ReadableByteStream trying to open your Outlook.com E-mail? Do not worry, my little one; We have I had the sauce as usual. OK, so this problem is prevalent, and it seems to only happen in Google Chrome for a strange reason, unknown to us.
Google Chrome is the first web browser on the market, but that does not mean he no problem. We have no interest in highlighting the many issues related to this web browser. so, we will focus on the ReadableByteStream error in Outlook and how to fix the problem. We believe that if you are using a chrome-based web browser and are experiencing the same problem, we believe that it is possible to follow the instructions described here if the browser has not been deeply personalized.
ReadableByteStream Error in Chrome When Opening Outlook.com
If you see the ReadableByteStream object error when opening Outlook.com with the help of Google Chrome, follow these instructions to the letter carefully if you are not used to dig in the Google Chrome settings area:
- Disable the Chrome cache
- Keep local data until the browser restarts
Let's see how.
1) Disable the cache
OK, the first thing to do now is to disable the cache in Google Chrome. This can be done with relative ease, so do not worry about any kind of difficulty. Just make sure Chrome is launched, because of course it's very important.
Very well then. The first step is to select the Menu button, and from there, click More Tools, and then click Developer Tools. To make this screen easier, press Ctrl + Shift + I on your keyboard in Windows 10.
Now, once the section of the development tool appears on your screen, select Network in the options, then continue and make sure that Disable Cache is checked.
2) Keep local data until the browser is restarted
Go to the Settings area on Chrome, and make sure you select "Show advanced settings." In the "Privacy" section, click "Content Settings" and then "Cookies". In this section, be sure to select Keep local data only until you leave your browser.
Finally, restart Chrome and everything should work fine now. If no, then we suggest using an alternative Web browser such as Firefox, Opera or even the new version of Microsoft Edge Chromium.