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It is seen that many people come across “Aw, Snap!” tabs while surfing the web on Google Chrome. Such web pages that fail to load on Google Chrome indicate that the browser ran out of memory while trying to display the page. This is one of the common issues on Google Chrome. Here is how to fix the problem tab or window, and make the web page load on the browser.
In case something went wrong on Chrome browser, try closing and reopening it to see if that loads the problem page. To close the browser, click on the three-dot icon on the upper-right corner, and choose the Exit option from the context menu.
To open the browser on incognito mode, follow the steps mention below.
This can help fix Google Chrome keeps freezing or crashing errors, which occurs due to bugs in the data stored in the device. There are two ways to access Clear Browsing Data:
When the Clear browsing data window opens up,
Once you have cleared the browsing data of Google Chrome, open the page in which you previously encountered the “Aw, Snap!” issue and see to it if it is loading.
If you have come across Google Chrome keeps freezing, disabling the plug-ins or extensions at once and then enabling them one by one can help find the one causing the issue. Not all plug-ins are malicious, but some can be. So, prior to removing the problem extension, you have to find out if it is even necessary. In other words, after disabling the extensions, enable one and see to it if the web page is loading. Repeat the same until you find out which one is causing the problem. Here is how to access the extensions on Chrome browser:
The programs installed on the computer can interfere with webpage loading and lead to issues, such as Google Chrome keeps freezing. So, try rebooting the device to see if that resolves or freshens up the page after some time.
You can find and remove harmful software on the computer through Google Chrome.
If Chrome not responding or if you cannot open the browser, scan for malware using an antivirus installed in the PC and follow the instructions on the software to remove the malicious programs.
Windows Firewall is an application, which filters or restricts potentially unwanted files or programs coming from the internet. By default, Google Chrome has an exception on the Firewall. However, if there is no exception for Chrome on the Windows app, you have to manually configure that. In other words, you have to prevent the Firewall from blocking Google Chrome. Here is how to do that.
If none of these steps fixes the page loading issues, you would have to get rid of Chrome from the device and install its latest version from the web as a last resort. Get in touch with our browser support experts to learn how to do that, or check if anything else can work to fix the Google Chrome issues you are facing.