Google’s well-known web browser Chrome apart from all its latest and extraordinary features it also has some security flaws and a new one has been recently discovered. Yes, recently, a bug in the popular Google Chrome browser has been discovered which has the ability to freeze your Windows PC.
WARNING! This Chrome Bug Can Freeze Your Windows PC
The tech giant Google’s well-known web browser, of course, Chrome is undoubtedly the most used and most advanced web browser currently available. As this well-known and most used Google browser simply provide all its users all the features that the Internet requires.
But, hold on! The tech giant Google’s well-known web browser Chrome apart from all the latest and extraordinary features it also have some security flaws and a new one has been recently discovered. Yes, recently, a bug in the popular Google Chrome browser has been discovered which has the ability to freeze your Windows 10 PC.
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However, the fact is that all this trouble will happen when you try to open a certain URL in the browser. As we told already that Google Chrome is the most popular browser in the universe of the Internet, highlighting its seamless integration with all Google services, for its security, speed, and functionality.
But, let me clarify one thing that the well-known Chrome web browser is also famous for its RAM consumption, yes, Chrome really consumes a lot of memory that simply makes the computers to run slower.
The new Chrome bug which has now been discovered simply acts as a scheme to get users to seek technical support. As once it is exploited Google Chrome will instantly start using 100% of the disk’s memory of your computer and as a result, it will simply freeze your PC.
Then how to get rid of this bug? So, if you want to get rid of this bug the only way is to “kill” the process manually by simply pressing CTRL + ALT + Delete simultaneously and then go to the Task Manager, search the process and kill it. However, many users have also reported that to get rid of this bug they even had to restart their PC as well.
Basically, this flaw only works when Chrome users visit a specific URL. As if you will open the link you will simply get a pop-up box on the same window with the information saying “support.Windows.com says”, which simply indicates that your computer is infected with a virus and may compromise your passwords, browser history, banking information, and other sensitive data.
However, if you face this same issue after opening such link in Google Chrome then simply do not get panic or worried about that, as what you have to do is simply follow the procedures that we stated in earlier paragraphs. So, what do you think about this? Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below.