Chrome’s crashing after Windows update? Here’s how to fix it

Vlad Turiceanu
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  • Following the latest Windows 10 update, users report an issue with the Chrome browser.
  • The new bug makes Chrome constantly crash for no apparent reason whatsoever.
  • This issue has only been reported on Windows 10 devices, not on macOS or Linux. 
  • There is no noticeable pattern yet but, rest assured, the problem has a solution.
Windows 10 update bug causes Chrome to crash

As with many of the Windows 10 updates, issues that were not expected are beginning to slowly come to light.

The affectedd party this time is the Chrome browser, which seems to inexplicably crash. This new bug is affecting quite a large number of users.

Google Chrome 90 keeps crashing after Windows update

After applying the latest Windows 10 update, many users have taken to social media in order to report that Chrome displays some unexpected behavior.

According to the Reddit post, this issue is isolated to devices that run on the Windows 10 operating system. No reports of this same problem affecting macOS or Linux have been submitted.

This is very suspect, I wonder if we will find anything out from google.

From what we understand, there is no talk of a certain pattern yet. Only after loading the extension or while the extensions are loading, it appears that Chrome will suddenly crash on Windows 10.

Sometimes the browser launches properly but the extensions, settings pages, and tabs keep constantly crashing.

What can I do to fix this Chrome error?

If you are experiencing this sort of issue, don’t panic, as there are some steps you can follow and put this nightmare behind you.

Solutions range from simply uninstalling and reinstalling Chrome, disabling Sandbox, clearing your browser cache, or running a full system antivirus scan.

For a more in-depth approach to solving this issue, check our extensive fix article. By going through the instructions we have prepared for you, this problem will be dealt with.

Have you also experienced this error while using Google Chrome on your PC? Tell us how you fixed the issue in the comments section below.

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