What do I do? I tried a fresh install of windows 10, flushing the DNS, and changing the DNS to /

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    Welcome to the first of April. – Tetsujin Apr 1 at 12:13
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    so everyone is experiencing this? – Luke Apr 1 at 12:14
  • @Luke You are absolutely not being redirected to a fake website. Voting to migrate this question to meta Super User. Closest thing I can get to Meta Stack Exchange. – Ramhound Apr 1 at 12:14
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    It's April Fool's Day. Yes, everybody is experiencing this. – Tetsujin Apr 1 at 12:14
  • oh didn't find anything through google lol – Luke Apr 1 at 12:16
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    Click the 'Time Travel!' icon on the toolbar top right on the website. – spikey_richie Apr 1 at 12:29
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    The best solution is to power it on and off again and then stick a paper clip in it. – JakeGould Apr 2 at 16:00
  • I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it was an april fool's thing – Sathyajith Bhat Apr 17 at 17:06

This is a known issue. I've been in contact with the admins and they say that it should be resolved by tomorrow :)

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    Alternatively you could just click on the little clock icon in the menu bar. – Burgi Apr 1 at 15:41

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