Google chrome hungs up, minimizing-maximizing solves the issue Temporarily

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When I run the Google Chrome in my laptop having window 7 home basic, it starts hanging up and by Minimizing and Maximizing the application, it starts again but hangs up again after a few seconds. This process continues every time and happens so frequently that a lot of time is wasted in Minimizing and Maximizing. Please help what to do?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #200010

Google chrome hungs up, minimizing-maximizing solves the issue Temporarily

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Dear Avah.Hannah

This could be caused by two factors.

1. Old outdated softwares sometimes conflict with Google chrome.

2. Initialization of rundll32 process in Google chrome.

Now lets come to the first point.

1. Outdated softwares:

 Type the chrome://conflicts in your chrome browser address  bar and press enter. See if there is any software listed on the screen , update those softwares to the latest version and your problem will be surely resolved.

2. Initialization of rundll process:

Google chrome usually comes with preinstalled softwares such as flash player.  This pre installed flash player sometimes add a new process known as rundll32.exe . This is main reason of chrome crashes, freezes and hungs up. To solve this issue follow the step below.

1. Open chrome browser and type about://plugins and press enter.

2. Click on the detail button in the  upper right corner as shown in attached figure 1.

3. Scroll down the page and disable the process for adobe flash player as shown in figure 2.

4. Then go to http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/  and download and install the latest flash player.

5. Restart your browser and enjoy.

Answered By 0 points N/A #200011

Google chrome hungs up, minimizing-maximizing solves the issue Temporarily

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Hello, How are you? You should maintain the following steps to resolve the problem:

Step 1: Firstly, open a tab in your Google Chrome browser. In the address bar type “about:plugins” and press enter. Then click on “Details” button.

Step 2 : Now search Flash plugin. You can find an address that is : C: Users[your username]AppDataLocalGoogleChromeApplication16.0.912.77gcswf32.dll. Just below this address there is a “Disable” button. And leave the NPSWF32.dll file enabled.

Step 3: Close the tab restarts the browser again. Now click on the link http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/ and install the latest version of Adobe Flash Player.

Step 4 : Restart your browser again. That is exactly it. Learn More.

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