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Google Chrome does not respond: How to solve the problem
Google Chrome does not respond: How to solve the problem

This way you can solve "Page not responding" or Chrome crashes.

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Written by Daniel
Updated over a week ago

There are several possible causes for Google Chrome to hang. Maybe the current Chrome version is unstable or does not work as smoothly with the system as it should after the latest Windows update.

Also saved website data, certain Chrome extensions or individual settings can cause Google Chrome to crash with "No response".

So here would be a small checklist that you can go through to find the cause of the problem and solve it:

1. Restart the browser:

Here you simply have to terminate all Chrome processes. The best way to do this is to use the Task Manager. At the same time, you can also check how much Chrome is using your system.

2. Check the version of Chrome for updates:

The following link shows you how to find out which Google Chrome version is currently installed:

3. Windows 10 compatibility mode:

If Chrome still does not work properly, this may remedy the situation.

4. Delete cookies, history and other website data.

Due to the website data accumulated over time, Google Chrome can become unstable and then crashes with the error "Google Chrome: No response" when visiting certain addresses. Cleaning up Google Chrome's cookies and browser cache can usually remedy this.

Another way to delete unnecessary web data is to delete the Session Storage. To do this, go to Settings > More Tools > Developer Tools > Applications > Session Storage. Here right-click on app.ventoryone and "Clear" to delete session data. Then simply refresh the browser tab.

5. Launch Chrome in incognito mode.

In the incognito window, all extensions are disabled by default. This way, you can easily find out if add-ons are causing the problems.

6. Deactivate add-ons individually.

If the incognito mode has given you clues that maybe an add-on is to blame for the browser crash, you can try disabling the add-ons one by one to filter out the culprit. Before you get started, however, you should run the Chrome security check. This may save you time, as it can automatically indicate when add-ons have errors.

7. Reset hidden Chrome settings (Chrome flags).

Chrome flags, the hidden Chrome settings, are not part of the normal settings because of possible instability. If you have changed them, you can reset them.

8. Reset Chrome to factory settings

If all this doesn't help, you can always reset Chrome completely:

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