Download Google Chrome Latest Version Offline

Posts about google chrome

17 January 2017

Google Chrome Is Unresponsive Relaunch Now Solved

google chrome is unresponsive relaunch now after never occurring in many years of use of Chrome: When I click on a link in an email message in OutLook, a small window pops up saying, "Google Chrome is unresponsive. Relaunch now?" It continues to happen after Chrome is relaunched.
What is the solution? (If I copy the link and paste it into the address bar in a new Google window or tab, I can go to the link.)

Solution 1

What solved for me was renewing the Chrome Profile, as follows:

  • Close all chrome sessions, including the chrome tray icon
  • Navigate to %LOCALAPPDATA%\Google\Chrome\User Data\
  • Rename "Default" folder to "Backup default"
Open Chrome and re-sync extensions, bookmarks, etc.
P.S.: As I am in a corporate environment, running anything as admin is not an option.

Solution 2

I noticed that this problem occurred every time I had a Chrome window open from a Visual Studio Web application that I was working on (Not actually debugging but just started with CTRL+F5). Looking through the material @AaronReed referenced I remembered about Chrome's handling of Multiple Processes.

I searched around and found the article Disabling Multiple Processes on Google Chrome. Following the instructions I tried adding --process-per-site to the application shortcut.

This fixed the problem for me.

Solution 3

This is the absolute correct answer. Chrome expects your app to be running as administrator...

In Windows 10:

  1. Pin your application to the taskbar
  2. Right-Click the pinned item from the taskbar and Right-Click (again) over the target application name
  3. From here, there are 2 options...A.) [Runs once] Run as administrator B.) [Change shortcut to always run as administrator] Click on properties
  4. [from 3.B continued...] From Properties pop-up -> Shortcut tab, Click Advanced button
  5. Advanced Properties: Click checkbox 'Run as administrator'
  6. Advanced Properties: Click OK
  7. App Properties: Click OK
  8. Click on app in taskbar (now it will always run as administrator)



Powered by Blogger.