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-Have an active whatsapp account on phone
-Stable internet connection on phone and computer
-Latest version of web browser -Visit web.whatsapp.com on computer
-Open whatsapp on phone
§Android - chats screen > menu > whatsapp web
§Nokia S60 and Windows phone - menu > whatsapp web
§IPhone - settings > whatsapps web
§Blackberry 10 - swipe down from top of screen > whatsapp web
§Nokia S40 - swipe up from bottom > whatsapp web
-Scan the QR code on your computer screen from phone From phone, navigate to whatsapp web to view logged in computers or to logout from an active whatsapp web session.
Step 1: Stop Web History on Internet Explorer b> Every time you visit a website, the web address, date and time of your visit is recorded in your Web browser history. The length of time this information is saved varies depending on what browser is used. If privacy is a concern, popular browsers such as Firefox and Internet Explorer offer enhanced privacy features that allow you to prevent your browser history from being stored.
Update your Web browser to the latest version of the product. Browser updates often include important security patches. Automatically clear your browser history each time you exit. In Firefox, this option is located under "Tools" and "Options." Select the "Privacy" tab and check the box marked "Always clear my private data when I close Firefox." If you're using Internet Explorer, click on "Tools" and "Internet Options" and check "Delete browsing history on exit." Use private browsing if your browser supports it. Private browsing prevents your browser from storing any information about your browsing history, including cookies, temporary Internet files and history. Pressing CTRL+Shift+P on your keyboard will activate private browsing mode in both Firefox and Internet Explorer. It can also be accessed in Firefox by clicking "Tools" and selecting "Start Private Browsing," and in Internet Explorer by clicking "Safety" and selecting "InPrivate Browsing." Private browsing must be activated each time you open your browser.
Go to "Options," "General," then "Java/ECMA Script."
its not you browser it a connection problem ...if you are using net through GPRS then once again get the GPRS settings for your cellphone.. or if it is wifi then check the connection settings properly..
about:blank is a cheater way of opening a blank homepage when you open up a web browser. Apparently your web browser is set to open up a blank page. There is absolutely nothing wrong with that. I even use that on occasion as I normally do not want to go to a specific website every time I open up a browser window. You can change this at any time by changing the Internet Options (for IE) or using Tools -> Options in other web browsers.
By the way, some web browsers support other about: pages as well including configuration options in Firefox using about:config.