I don't know what the developers are doing over at Google - but I am getting sick of the recent instabilities in Chrome.
It's been doing this off and on for the last three months or so on different web sites.
It affects everyone in our office. Very annoying. I wish they would hurry up and fix the bugs.
Chrome on MacOS works fine just FYI. As long as Chrome is allowing you to access the Meraki community we are happy! We can't have you missing out on your 24th MOTM, we will be celebrating 2 Years!!!!!!
I find that the combination of Chrome / Win 10 Pro / BitDefender to be the Typhoid Mary of workstation computing. A pox on all of them.
It is almost as if Chrome is nudging its users into switching to Edge. Fortunately, Firefox still works.
Because I mostly test using non-bleeding edge tech workstations I notice that a handful of applications are consuming more and more cycles yet for all the updates, there is little or no increase in usable functional productivity.
I have noticed this sort of behaviour previously, usual shortly before a big-step upgrade.
@PhilipDAth I have it where anytime I use MDM remote connection to a client I can connect but not do anything for years now but when I go to Firefox works great. #chromebugs
The other issue with Chrome is its designed for consumers, it doesn't play well with captive portals. Google already has enough of my information so I prefer Safari and Firefox as my secondary.
I tracked it down to Antivirus. We use Trend.
We found the only way to resolve it was to uninstall Trend and then immediately re-install it.,
Of interesting was disabling and unloading Trend still caused Chrome to crash.