Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Troubleshoot Problems with the functioning of Windows 7 and Google chrome

To ensure good performance, compatibility between the web browser and the operating system is very essential. Google chrome is one of the most popular web browsers used by quite a large number of people. If you have Windows 7 as your operating system and you use Google chrome for browsing, then it is possible that you would have experienced some problems with it. The malfunctioning of Google Chrome with Windows 7 could be due to a number of reasons such as malware, corrupted user profile, adware that restrict the functioning of the two or incorrect browser settings.
Given below are some troubleshooting methods to fix the Windows 7 and Google chrome problems:

Wrench options:
You can use the wrench option available with Google chrome web browser to diagnose the browser problem. To figure out the issue, take a look at the following steps.
Select Wrench and then click on Options. Next select Basics for changing the basic settings and then Personal Stuff for changing theme, password and auto-fill. Now select, Under the Hood to check the advanced options and then choose Content Settings for making changes to the display of web page contents of Google Chrome as well as plug-ins, cookies and JavaScript and so on. Now, select Clear Browser Settings. Make sure that you examine all the boxes in the Privacy section to clear your browsing history. Close the browser when you’re done and then, to make all the modifications effective restart your settings.

The operations of your Windows 7 and Google Chrome can be interrupted by spyware, malware and other malicious software. Install an efficient antivirus program that can thoroughly scan your system. If you do not have an effective malware remover, then get the help of computer services to do the same. To remove malware, adware, Trojans, key loggers and other worms that can disrupt the normal functioning of your system, use programs that are specifically designed for this purpose. Restart your system after having deleted all suspicious files.
And that is how you can troubleshoot Windows 7 and Google Chrome problems. Even after following these tips, if you still find it difficult to resolve the compatibility issues, then it would be best to get expert technical assistance in this regard.
I hope you found this article informative. Thank you!    

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