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How to fix Google Chrome not responding in Windows 7?

by Mays J. Anpuhelp Online Directory

You will have to troubleshoot problems in three areas - the browser, other software and your settings in Windows 7 – if Google Chrome is not working on your computer. In this context, you are supposed to scrutinize your browser's extensions and user profile. Google Chrome performance can also be prevented by anti-virus, firewall settings, or any third-party software. You are supposed to edit Chrome's shortcut properties in Windows Explorer if you are using Windows 7 in 64-bit.

Check anti-virus and firewall settings

You may not be able to open Google Chrome if these settings are not correct. Go to restarting Google Chrome if you are willing to turn off your firewall and anti-virus programs. Plus, you need to create an exception by re-enabling the programs in your settings to allow Google Chrome to work. Many Google users have reported that the Comodo Firewall, Spyware Doctor, and McAfee Enterprise may conflict with Google Chrome.

Check extensions

Here is no doubt in this fact that the extensions are very useful. These extensions can become corrupted or interfere with other processes in Google Chrome. You just need to visit the home page of each expansion and update it to the latest version. Try to disable them if the Google Chrome not responding problem persists. You can do this by selecting the [Tools] icon. Click [Extensions] and then de-select all Extensions or click the trash can icons next to each name. Update to the latest version or disable [Advanced Browser Integration] if Internet Download Manager is installed on your computer.

Check user profile

Maybe you are in need of a new browser if Google Chrome has crashed repeatedly. A browser user profile comprises information like bookmarks, add-ons, passwords and other browsing data from each Google Chrome user. User profiles can crash the browser when user profiles become corrupted.

Are you using a Windows 7 in 64-bit mode?

It is true that a user can edit Google Chrome's Properties to make it work in 64-bit. But the browse engine is perhaps incompatible with Windows 7 in 64-bit mode. Many users have reported this issue. Click [Properties] and select the [Shortcut] tab if you want to deal with the concerned problem. Then, locate the [.exe] program file in the [Target] section. Click [Apply] to save the changes. You can also dial Google Helpline Number if Chrome not responding on your computer. This customer care number is known for its optimum responsiveness.


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