How to fix Google Chrome on Windows 10


Microsoft recently released Windows 10 Build 10525 to Insiders. The build includes a few new features and improvements. Overall, the performance of the build is pretty decent. However, if you’re a Google Chrome user, you may want to stay on Build 10240 as there’s a bug on this build which causes Google Chrome to crash.

Thankfully, there’s a workaround for this issue. Firstly, you could try uninstalling the 64-bit software and try the 32-bit version, which has fixed the issue for a couple of users. If that doesn’t work for you and you want to use the 64-bit version, just follow the steps below:

  • Find your Google Chrome shortcut on the desktop
  • Right click and open Properties
  • Finally, find the Target input box and add “–no-sandbox” at the end and click on OK
  • Open Chrome and it should work for you now!

If you want to see more Windows 10 How-Tos, head over to this link. Don’t forget to checkout our review of the OS here, and more coverage on Windows 10 is available here.

Thanks for the tip, Tero A.