This is a common problem that happens in Chrome (which happened to me with the use of another fork or Chrome), and honestly, the problem for my disappeared after a few days of trying to launch Chrome, but I will provide some solutions to fixing this problem.
Try these solutions to fixing the problem:
- The first thing to try is uninstalling Chrome using a program called Revo Uninstaller Free (follow that tutorial here).
- The next method is a fix done by launching the Properties for Chrome by right clicking on the shortcut file for Chrome and clicking on Compatibility then clicking the box that says “Run this program in compatibility mode for (select operating system)”. You can watch the video here.
- Another method I found is similar to the above method but you go into the Chrome Properties and you type in “-NO-SANDBOX” command into the Target box, you will see more details on that in this video. After that, if that did not work, you click on Start, type in MSCONFIG into the search bar, then open System Configuration, click on the Services tab, Select “hide all microsoft services”, then click on Disable All. After that you go to the “Startup” tab, then click on “Open Task Manager”, then right click on your services and click on “Disable”. I think this method is supposed to disable the Antivirus or other security software installed that might be preventing Chrome from launching in Windows 10, though this has never been a problem for me.
Anyways, I hope those methods helped you, and if you found a method not listed here that worked for you please leave a comment below. Cheers and make sure you “Like” our social media pages and share the article if you found it useful.