Are you using a VPN? If disabling extensions or trying another browser doesn't work, I'd look into your firewall or router or contacting your ISP.
Two Listen said:
While polycount itself does not use a "secure" https domain, the domain that a majority of the images download from does appear to (this is the URL you mentioned before). Any user can see this for themselves by looking at their network activity while loading polycount's main page (Firefox, and probably chrome, have this capacity build into the developer tools).See:http://www.two-listen.com/Images/OffS/Misc/polycountMainLoad.JPG
I have a new laptop and no images on Polycount unless they have been hosted on imgur. It’s strange as the images on Polycount are working on my
tablet, phone and old PC? Maybe it’s a Windows 10 issue? I have tried so many fixes so in the end I have Dell (the computer manufacturers) looking into it this
weekend as my new laptop comes with a service warranty. They were able replicate
the same issue on their PC’s, all be it intermittently on some PC’s and others it
spoke to guys from web design department, we have tried it on few other
systems, and results were that most of the time we get different failures on
different browsers, on Edge it was scrolling problems, on Chrome more less ok,
around 80% systems ok, rest with broken images. On Opera at my house not
optimalized as well, broken pictures, only on android it is appearing as good.
have found, if You will look at the first line that IExplorer 8 or less is not
lt IE 8]>
<p class="browsehappy">You are using an
<strong>outdated</strong> browser. Please <a href="http://browsehappy.com/">upgrade
your browser</a> to improve your experience.</p>
So only two
tips, on Chrome secure browsing should be switched of, as it is http only page,
and flash content should be disabled, but it helped only in few cases here at
believe that the page is not optimalized, or poor performance, need to check the coding.