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Topic: How To Resolve Chrome Keeps Crashing?
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posted: 4/26/2020 at 12:33:43 PM ET
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Are you irated of facing constant .Chrome Keeps Crashing Issue? Worry not here’s the complete solution of solving this issue. All you need to do is follow some easy methods and get the issue rectified. We have mentioned here the detailed methods that will help you to eradicate chrome errors and restoring smooth working. So hit our link and get the issue resolved in no time

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posted: 4/27/2020 at 7:13:00 AM ET
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As a Chrome user, this was so helpful for me. My Chrome was crashing constantly and was searching for some of the methods which would be helpful in fixing the issue with my Chrome. I am going to try out the steps you have here. T mobile signal booster

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posted: 6/24/2020 at 12:12:17 PM ET
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I have only a few things to add to the previous answers. There are far too many possible reasons, so I can't answer why your Chrome is crashing. I can tell you how to fix it.

Remove extensions one-by-one. In the top (omni) bar, type chrome: //extensions . Click the trash can next to each extension you want to remove. Try to get rid of the things you added most recently first, and then try using Chrome for a while after removing each one. You might find the offender without removing all.
As several have said, uninstall and re-install. The exception/problem with this is if you normally sign in to Chrome with your Google account, Google remembers the extensions you have installed. So as soon as you sign in again, it will re-install them for you. If one of your extensions is the problem, the problem will come back.
The "nuclear" option. Go to chrome://settings scroll to the bottom and click "show advanced settings". Scroll all the way to the bottom. Click "reset settings". This will make Chrome "virgin". It clears your cache, history, cookies, etc. It resets the default search engine, home page, new tab page, etc, etc... Everything.

If Chrome still crashes after this, you need to look elsewhere. Disk problems, malware, virus, windows registry corruption... too many things to list. But option 2 will fix it most times, and a full reset will fix it - unless Chrome is not the problem.

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