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Why Google Chrome Keeps Crashing On Windows 10? [Step-by-Step] Solution Here

Google Chrome crashing on Windows 10 (New Updates) and here is what you need to know about how to fix the crashing issues on Windows 10.

Recently, Microsft has launched its latest Windows 10 21H1 version which acts as an enablement kit that is considerably enlightening some of your system’s secret features.

Google Chrome Crashing On Windows 10

Rolled out on May 18, 2021, the Windows 10 21H1 update will be available to all Users. However, as the new update came out many users started reporting about Google Chrome keeps crashing on Windows 10 (After Update).

If you facing similar issues, here is how to fix Google Chrome keeps crashing on Windows 10 issue (Step-by-Step).

How To Fix Chrome keeps crashing on Windows 10 issues (After New Update)?

Before trying any steps, you should also check once your network and if you have an active internet connection. Also, run an antivirus check for any Malware, and if everything seems fine, then try this 4 solution mentioned below –

Solution 1: Free Up Memory

  1. Close every tab except for the one tab which is showing the error message.
  2. Quit other apps or programs that are running background.
  3. Pause any downloads file.
  4. Uninstall extensions you don’t need.
  5. Clear all cache.
  6. On the erroring tab, try reloading (ctrl +F5) {If “fn” function key is active then (fn+ctrl+f5)}.

Solution 2: Restart Chrome

  1. Quit Chrome and reopen it
  2. Refresh your page or Tab with page refresh command ctrl+F5 {If “fn” function key is active then (fn+ctrl+f5)}
  3. Hope it will be fixed.

Solution 3: Restart Your Computer

  1. Restart your computer
  2. Open Chrome.
  3. At the top right, click More and then go to Settings.
  4. At the bottom, click Advanced.
  5. Under “Reset and clean up,” click Update or remove incompatible applications.
  6. If you don’t see this option, there isn’t a problem application.
  7. Decide if you want to update or remove each app from the list.
  8. Open your computer’s app store and look for an update. If you don’t see an update, check the app’s site for more information.

Solution 4: Uninstall and Reinstall Chrome

  1. If the above solutions didn’t work, we suggest you uninstall and reinstall Chrome.
  2. Uninstalling and reinstalling Chrome can fix problems with your search engine, pop-ups, updates, or other problems that might have prevented Chrome from opening.

FAQ:

Why Google Chrome Keeps Crashing On Windows 10?

Recently, Microsft has launched its latest Windows 10 21H1 version which acts as an enablement kit that is considerably enlightening some of your system’s secret features.

Rolled out on May 18, 2021, the Windows 10 21H1 update will be available to all Users.

However, as the new update came out many users started reporting about Google Chrome keeps crashing on Windows 10 (After Update).

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