Steps to fix the Chrome browser crashing whenever opening Edge in Windows 10:
- For Google Chrome, use the no-sandbox flag.-Choose 'Properties' from the context menu of the Google Chrome shortcut on your desktop. If you don't have a shortcut for Google Chrome, simply drag it from your Start menu to your desktop. Keep your focus on the 'Shortcut' tab. Locate the 'Target' line and type '–no-sandbox' without the quotation marks at the end of the input field. Restart Google Chrome after clicking the Apply button.
- To reinstall the 32-bit version of Google Chrome, you must first delete the current version. To accomplish this, follow the steps below: Select Settings from the Start menu in your taskbar. Alternatively, you can use the Windows + I keyboard shortcut. Select the 'Apps' tile from the drop-down menu. A new page should appear, with a list of all of your installed applications. Manually search for 'Google Chrome' or use the built-in search tool. Click the 'Uninstall' button next to 'Google Chrome.' To completely delete the browser from your device, follow the on-screen directions.
- Disable your add-ons-Google Chrome should now be open. Use one of the following techniques to get to the Extensions page: Select 'More tools' and then 'Extensions' from the More menu. You may also type 'chrome:/extensions' into your browser's URL bar and press Enter. Toggles shown under each extension must be clicked until they are greyed out. When all extensions have been disabled, close Google Chrome.
- Relaunch Google Chrome to determine whether the crashing problem persists.
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