Chrome has become completely unusable, in almost every imaginable way.2 Recommended Answers
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I am having this exact same problem. It started this morning too. I to have tried reinstalling and it worked fine until I signed into chrome to sync my bookmarks back. Then after a few seconds it froze up and stopped responding; just as you described, I identical to the image. The only way to kill is to, like you said, end the process. I found that ending Chrome then deleting the “Chrome” folder in appdata/local/google causes the browser to start working again, but if I try to sync my stuff it again freezes up. <-- this is repeatable. I can use Chrome without trouble as long as I don't sign in. Not acceptable, obviously.
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