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12.27.2018

Take Note: This Google Chrome bug can crash your Windows 10 PC

Google Chrome browser is currently the most famous browser in the world, which is used more than any other browser on the desktop. Of course, you should know that Google Chrome is also known as another, lowering the speed of the computer, which ultimately leads to a decrease in battery life compared to other browsers.
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Now the new bug in Google Chrome has broken Windows 10. It seems that this bug will fit itself in the form of a technical support that will allow Google Chrome to use one hundred percent of the memory in a moment. This bug essentially introduces a javascript code that creates a loop and can not close browser tabs.

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Perhaps the only way to get rid of this problem is to terminate processing using ctrl + alt + delete, which should stop the process after selecting Task Manager. Of course, a number of people who have been bugged into it are not so lucky enough to solve the problem with the task manager, but they have to shut down the system.

The technical support page is said to be unlocked by a pop-up on the page, claiming support from Windows and introducing itself in this way: support.Windows.com says . This pop-up says that your Windows 10 computer is infected with a virus that can steal and expose your passwords, search history, bank account information, and other information.

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This bug is programmed to display the user even when the pop-up is closed or the other one is not displayed. Therefore, this loop is uncontrollable and thus holds up all disk space and causes Windows to shut down.

A solution to this problem

If you encounter such a problem on Google Chrome, the best thing to do is manually terminate the Google Chrome program. To do this, just follow these steps:

  1. Open the Task Manager by right-clicking on the taskbar and simultaneously pressing the ctrl , alt , and delete buttons.
  2. In the task manager, go to the Processes tab.
  3. Click the Google Chrome app, which appears as GoogleChrome.exe, and click End Task in the lower right corner of the window.


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