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Fix “Google Chrome Tabs Freezing” Issue in
Although Windows has its own native Internet browsers, including Edge and Internet
Explorer, but users still tend to prefer to use Google Chrome due to its high-speed, security,
flexibility and performance. Chrome is one of the best performing browsers nowadays;
however, it encounters errors and the irregular run-time issues either due to the extension
or the OS. If you are using the Google Chrome for Windows 10, freezing tabs is one such
annoying issue that has been seen since the latest update of Windows 10. In such
situations, you can process the troubleshooting methods outlined below to fix freezing
Methods to Fix Chrome Tabs Freezing Issue in Windows 10
To efficiently prevent Chrome from freezing, you can clean junk, cache, browser history
and optimize your Internet service. Here’re some methods you can take a try to fix the
Chrome tabs freezing issue in windows 10.
Method 1: Disable Problematic Extensions
Extensions are mainly add-ons that allow you to add additional capabilities to the web
browser. However, they start performing wrong at times due to compatibility or poor
coding issues. If your Google Chrome keeps freezing frequently, you should try to disable
chrome add-ons to get the smooth running of your browser. The process is quite easy you
can either follow up the instructions available on the site or can contact the Google experts
to get the quick resolution.
Method 2: Disable Conflicting Modules
Some of the Google Chrome plug-ins or extensions installed may cause conflicts with the
operating system or Chrome itself. In such cases, disabling conflicting modules may help
you to fix this problem. To do this, enter the ‘chrome: //conflicts’ in the browser search bar
and press the Enter. If any Conflicts identified, they will be laid out with the problematic
app. By removing the conflicting app, you will be able to fix the issue.
Method 3: Reset Google Chrome
Sometimes, changes made to Chrome may also cause browser issues. In such situations,
you can reset your browser to the default state to fix the freezing tab problem. You just
need to follow the simple steps to reset Chrome. The action will restore the browser to its
default state and possibly fix the problem.
Method 4: Return Chrome to the Prior Version
If any of the methods given above didn’t help you to fix the Chrome freezing tabs error in
Windows 10, this is the time to return your browser to the prior version. It can be possible
by uninstalling the application from the control panel, and then downloading and installing
its previous version from the Google official site. You can also avail quick and excellent
customer help for Google Chrome by dialing the phone number present in the
Contactforhelp to fix the Chrome freezing issue in no time.