WTFast is not updated (using an outdated version of WTFast).
WTFast installation files corrupted/missing.
Internet connection issues causing WTFast not to connect.
Anti-virus or firewall blocking WTFast
Recommended next steps:
Close WTFast from the system tray and relaunch it.
- Close your Windows session. Log back into Windows and re-launch WTFast.
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