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What to do when Chrome keeps crashing

Chris Nerney | Sept. 3, 2014
Most of the time the culprit is a conflict between versions of Shockwave Flash.

When that doesn't work
If you continue to have performance issues with Chrome even after disabling one of the conflicting Flashes, check to see if there is any other software on your computer that conflicts with Chrome. You can find out by typing in the address bar: chrome://conflicts.

I got a list of 165 "modules," none of which conflict with Chrome. But if Chrome tells you that your machine has a conflict, your options are to uninstall, disable or update it. Or not use Chrome. But there's no need to go there.

And if Chrome still doesn't work properly, conduct a malware scan while you go watch re-runs of the original Star Trek.


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