Don’t have the expertise in computer troubleshooting? Needless to worry, cling towards Facebook Technical Help portal via the secure Internet connection or phone to avail of on-demand technical assistance from experts.
Photos have their own language, which is more prominent than others. A 500 word article may not depict the beauty of a landscape as precisely as a single image or photo would do, no matter how small it is. Perception of eyes is always greater than the ears, and realizing the difference Facebook, the czar of social networking sites has given an important space for photos. Uploading and sharing photos is now a cup of tea for one and all. And just a user need to click on the Upload button and specify the location of the photo, that’s all.
However, quite often people have to encounter problems while uploading, editing or tagging pictures or images. Issues can also come with the privacy settings of those photos or albums, or at times they may become invisible as well. Read this Facebook Support article to know how to fix some of the issues related to photos.
For issues related to uploading and editing photos, make sure that you have the latest version of Adobe Flash and browser on your system. At times, you need to uninstall any outdated versions of Adobe Flash before installing the new. Try using unedited versions of photos, and upload photos that have the image format like .jpg, .bmp, .png, .gif, and .tiff files that are permitted in Facebook. Also configure the settings under “Privacy for Tagged Photos” and “Privacy for Photo Albums”. For missing photos you must report the problem or error directly to the Facebook.
Sometimes the photo uploading, viewing and sharing processes can also be affected due to the poor Internet connectivity, browser problem or firewall security settings. Understand the nature of the problem with the Internet. Is it not responding (hang), or stops working (crash)? Getting any error messages? If so, then try resetting Internet Explorer. When you reset Internet Explorer settings, all add-ons and customizations are deleted, and you basically start with a fresh version of Internet Explorer. If its responding slow then you can check system for viruses, spyware and malware. Make use of the installed security software, if any; else go with the Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal or Microsoft Security Essentials application. Both tools have good compatibility with Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows 2000, and Windows Server 2003.
Don’t have the expertise in computer troubleshooting? Needless to worry, cling towards Facebook Technical Help portal via the secure Internet connection or phone to avail of on-demand technical assistance from experts. Usually, experts take the remote access of any problematic system to diagnose the Facebook settings and the connected resources like browser, firewall, etc. Once the problem is affirmed experts can follow the right troubleshooting methodology to fix Facebook issues. A few independent tech support players have also emerged on the horizon, and have added the “
Facebook Help Support” into their service curriculum. Facebook and other social networking sites have changed the purview of computing, and to cope with, vendors are incorporating mobile devices like smartphones and tablets as well in their support portfolio.