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Google Chrome is recognised by most internet users as the fastest and most efficient web browser out there. Chrome is not just a web browser, rather an array of applications that let us perform several functions inside the browser itself. Despite all this, Chrome is not 100% bug free and may behave erratically, crashing or freezing mid-work making it a challenge to work on your PC.

There could be a number of reasons behind Chrome being unresponsive, crashing or freezing. Thus, it becomes essential to go for troubleshooting Chrome in a very methodological manner. This article will walk you through all the basic fixes to a few advanced ones to sort the ‘not responding’ issue in Google Chrome web browser.

  1. 1. Chrome not respondingChrome not responding: Browser refuses to respond, does not accept commands or any input. In this situation, do not give repeated commands, wait for it to come around.
    • 1. Chrome not respondingChrome not responding: Browser refuses to respond, does not accept commands or any input. In this situation, do not give repeated commands, wait for it to come around.

    • 2. Unresponsive on startup: Browser does not launch on clicking the icon, repeated attempts to start Chrome fail. Caused because of malicious software or 3rd party apps infecting your PC. The problem can be fixed by cleaning the system after a full scan.

    • 3. Chrome keeps crashing frequently: Chrome keeps crashing, shuts down by itself. To resolve the glitch, clear the browsing history, cache memory and any other data which is making the browser slow. Recheck if the problem is fixed.

    • 4. Google Chrome keeps freezing: Browser keeps freezing mid-work. Try closing other apps and extra tabs on your browser. If this doesn’t work, try uninstalling Chrome and then installing it again after restarting your PC.

    • These were some basic fixes, if the problem still persists, try some of the following advanced methods until one of them works for you.

    • 1. Check your internet: Check if your internet connection is working and inspect the wires from the router to your PC.

    • 2. Chrome not closed properly, running in background: Most of the times we simply close Chrome by clicking the little cross in the corner of the window, but Chrome process keeps running in the background.

    • 3. Reset settings/ check app conflicts: Open settings in Chrome, click advance to see all settings, scroll to Reset and clean up section, click on: update or remove incompatible applications. You can also reset Chrome to default settings here.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

Linette Reed

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