Can't connect to Google Earth? Are you trying to open Google Earth but the site is down and seems to be offline today? Check the issue below if it's idle for everyone else or just you!
In Isnotdown, you can check immediately if Google Earth works perfectly, or on the contrary, it is registering some kind of problem to offer its services.
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Google Earth frequent failures
Google Earth is a computer program that displays the virtual globe, it also allows viewing and traveling around the planet through satellite images, maps, 3D maps and photos.
This program incorporates Google Maps because Google Eart serves to find streets, avenues and businesses. With this program it is possible to simulate the entire planet, as well as make traveling from one point to another.
With Google Earth enables to enter the name of a hotel, school or street to get a view or a full map of the site. You can also view satellite images of the planet. In addition, you can share links with other users, measure geographical distances and see the height of the mountains, you can also change the view horizontally and vertically.
In some cases Google Earth users have complained because sometimes presents error messages.
The error ""Polygons subject to the unsupported ground in Google Earth Pro."" This is because safe mode is active probably due to a failed start of the program.
To resolve this error, you must go to Tools> Options> clear the Safe Mode.
Another mistake that can throw the program is ""Google Earth can not connect to the access server."" The first thing you have to do is check if you have Internet access, since the application works with the Internet. Sometimes the user may have to restart the router's Wi-Fi. Once proven network connection is recommended to close and reopen Google Earth. If the problem persists it may be because the servers are saturated, so the user would have to wait to return to normal. In some cases restarting the computer the problem is solved.
Still stuck and not enjoying Google Earth, then go to Step 3.