Monday, 30 May 2016

Handy Ways to Resolve Google Chrome Issues on Windows

Google Chrome browser is one of the widely used browsers which combine a minimal design with latest sophisticated technology that makes your browsing quicker, safer and easier. While the experience is of using this browser is great, there can be some instances of few issues that may arise while using Chrome. This piece of writing helps you in resolving some of the problems you face while using Chrome browser on Windows 10. But there are times when you find that your Chrome browser crashes or freezes arbitrarily on your Windows 10/8/7 computer, while browsing, loading a page, opening a tab. This can be really annoying at times. To overcome these issues you can simply take the help of Windows 10 technical support and get quality solutions for the same.
Chrome Freezes or Crashes
First of all, delete the Local State file which holds some of the Custom Settings, and see if it helps you. To delete the Local State file, follow these steps:
·         Close Google Chrome
·         Open Windows Explorer
·         In address bar type in %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data
·         You’ll find “Local State” file there. Delete it
·         Open Google Chrome and see if has helped.
Check out if the Flash extension is causing the crashes. To do so, follow these steps:
·         Open Google Chrome
·         In the address bar type in “about plugins”
·         Find “Flash” and click on Disable
·         Restart Google Chrome and test it now
·         If it helps, then uninstall Flash from the Program and Feature and reinstall it. To reinstall Flash, you may follow this guide on Adobe.
·         Check if your Google Chrome Shockwave Plug-in is creating problems. Find and Disable Power-Hungry Extensions in Chrome using Chrome Task Manager.
 Well, if none of these steps help you, you might have to consider reinstalling your Google Chrome browser. To do so:
·         Firstly go to Programs and Features and Uninstall Google Chrome.
·         Now open explorer.exe and go to %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\
·         Delete “Google” folder
·         Download Google Chrome and install it again.
If these tips don’t help you in resolving your problem then, you can take Browser technical support number always post in our forums. We will be more than happy to assist you.
Google Chrome running slow
If Chrome browser is running slow for you, disable Hardware Acceleration and see if it helps. Disabling the Hardware Acceleration feature may improve the situation. Here is how to disable Hardware Acceleration on Chrome:
·         Simply go to Settings.
·         Tap on show Advanced Settings.
·         After this in Under System settings, clear “Use hardware acceleration when available”.
·         Restart Chrome.

For more solutions visit the official website of the Windows and get more reliable support for the same.

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