Google™ Chrome Crashing
Google Chrome is a well advanced web browser, but sometimes it crashes eventually as other browsers. Crashing can be a result of many issue like the settings might not be correct or some application running will not be compatible with chrome etc. There are lots of reasons for Google chrome crashing but mainly it will be because of some registry errors. Registry has all the values and files which help in running on all the process correctly. Some application or viruses will change the values in registry which causes the chrome to crash. Scanning your computer for threats using a powerful security software can helps to prevent this issue to some extent. You can use different registry protection programs or software’s for fixing the registry values which are altered. The fastest and the simplest way to fix the Google chrome crashing issues is to uninstall and reinstalling it. There are also many steps which can be used to fix this issue by changing the registry values directly or by clearing the browser cache.
- Removing Add-on
The better way to fix the crash in a real time scenario is to reboot the computer you are using. Chrome is very sophisticated software which is prone to some crashes and other issues, but it also has features that can be used to overcome these problems. If the issue is experienced for the first time, it is better to restart the computer after saving all the programs that are running.
Sometimes rebooting the system will not fix the issue. In that case, you can remove the Google Chrome from your computer and then reinstall it. You can remove Google Chrome by accessing Control Panel>>Add/Remove Programs>>Google Chrome. After selecting, you can click on 'Uninstall' for removing the Google Chrome from your computer. After uninstalling, you can restart the computer as it is prompted. Once it is restarted, you can reinstall Google Chrome from the Internet.
Add-on are helpful for any browsers. It helps in surfing and browsing more easily. It can be used to personalize the application you are using. But these might sometime causes the Google Chrome to crash. The better way to fix it is to remove the Add-on from the web browser. For this, you can open Google Chrome and type in chrome://extensions. In the Windows which is opening now, you can select 'Uninstall' all the extension or disable one which is causing the Chrome to crash.