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Google Chrome, which takes a long time to load, is a very common problem for many users.
Chrome got lazy with you? This fix could help, and it’s not what you think.
1) Click on Start. In the search box, type the following text
CMD” is then displayed in the search. Now right-click on “CMD”. Select “Run as administrator”.
2) Now enter this command
netsh winsock reset
Press the Enter key.
Restart your PC.
Removing antivirus extensions
Step 1: Open the extensions (chrome:// extensions/)
Step 2: Activate the “Developer Mode” at the top of the page. This is crucial. That’s what I missed when I disabled the extensions.
Step 3: Remove any Symantec extensions or other antivirus software.
Step 4: Success!
Create a new browser profile
If the problem persists, try to create a new browser profile by following the steps below:
- Exit Google Chrome completely.
- To open Windows Explorer, type the Windows +E key combination.
- In the Windows Explorer window that appears, type the following in the address bar:
- Locate the “Default” folder in the directory window that opens and rename it “Backup default”.
- Try to reopen Google Chrome. When starting via the browser, a new “Standard” folder is automatically created.
Use the DISM tool
The DISM tool can be used to repair Windows files, which may be a possible cause of this problem. This also solves other problems you have found in the log files of the SFC analysis. Perform the following steps to execute the DISM tool.
Press the Windows + X button.
Click on Command Line (admin).
Copy the following commands one at a time and paste them into the Command Prompt window:
a. DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup – Image/Scanning health
b. DISM.exe /Online / Cleaning – Image / Health restoration
Note: As keyboard shortcuts do not work in the command prompt, please use the right mouse button to insert them.
I hope this information has been useful to you and let us know if you need further assistance. We will be happy to help you.
Whether successful or not, click on the comments and share the results with your Chrome colleagues! And if you’ve found other ways to update your browser, share them too.
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