Google Chrome is crashing and does not load pages for some users this morning (11). According to DownDetector, a website that monitors the functioning of online services and apps, there are problems with the browser since 09h40, with the highest peak at 10h affecting mainly Brazil and some regions of Europe. On Twitter, the error reports are diverse: people say that the browser has stopped working or that the program is offline and does not open anything on the PC.
It is worth remembering that Chrome is the most popular browser in the world and is present in about 66.87% of computers, according to the 2018 StatCounter survey. The competitor software of Mozilla Firefox offers several features, in addition to having full integration with Google account.
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Users complain on Twitter of problems opening Chrome Photo: Reproduo / TechTudo
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Comments on Chrome did not load pages started on Monday night (11) on Twitter. The bug does not appear to affect a specific operating system version, as there are complaints from users of Windows 10 and Windows 7. Apparently, it is not possible to solve the problem even after uninstalling and downloading the browser again. Some people say they resorted to downloading other programs, such as Firefox and Internet Explorer, to access pages on the Internet. O TechTudo contacted Google, but there was no response at the time of this publication.
The first step in trying to resolve the failure is to close the Chrome tabs. When many tabs are open, the browser may be slow to load or even stop working because your computer may not have enough memory to load the site. Remember that the browser consumes a lot of RAM, which can lead to crashes on computers with low memory. Therefore, it is recommended to close all tabs, with the exception of the one that presented an error and try to update it.
On Twitter, users report an error message when using Chrome Photo: Reproduo / TechTudo
Another solution may be to restart the program. To do this, just click on the Chrome three-dot menu and select the "Exit" option, which can also be done by pressing the "Ctrl + Shift + Q" keys. A when going to close the browser completely. Then open it again and see if the problem is resolved.
The flaw can also be related to Chrome extensions, which consume system resources, some of which may represent overhead for the browser. Finally, if the crash persists, try to uninstall Chrome and download the software again. If the problem still persists, check out a list of other browsers to access web pages.
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