Typing chrome://conflicts (Windows only) into the Chrome address bar may show you software or malware running on your PC, that is known to cause Google Chrome to crash.
I had some problem with Google Chrome, so I searched Google for "Chrome crashes".
One of the results was a page on Google's site, titled Software that crashes Google Chrome
Excerpt from that page:
Some third-party software can cause Google Chrome to crash. When this happens, you'll see the message "Whoa! Google Chrome has crashed" or "Aw, Snap!".
You can type chrome://conflicts (Windows only) into the address bar to see whether you have any software or malware known to commonly cause Google Chrome to crash.
You can try to fix these crashes by updating, disabling, or uninstalling any conflicting third-party software listed in "about:conflicts" on your computer. Also, take a look at Google Chrome's known issues for specific solutions to resolve crashes caused by some software. ]
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